Date(s) - Wed 19 October
7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Welcome to FoodCycle Bristol‘s first pop-up restaurant of the new university year!
We’ve got a treat for all of you! In the converted fire station in the centre of town, we’re hosting a pop-up event: for only £6, you’ll get a full, hearty meal and a night’s entertainment. It’s BYOB too, so won’t break the bank. Also, if you want to get s little bit more involved you can also volunteer to help cooking and serving up on the night. See the links below for tickets and volunteering opportunities!
For all those new to the university, this is a great way to get involved with the huge problem of food waste that plagues the nation, learn more about it and maybe do something good in a direct action against food waste!
All the food is intercepted from supermarkets and green grocers across Bristol; food that would otherwise be thrown away and wasted. The aim of FoodCycle is to reduce food waste, feed those who need it (in the Saturday community kitchen in Barton Hill Community Settlement) and educate the population in reducing food waste.
We’ll be having music, a talks and fun during the evening. Watch this space for information about who will be there, how to get tickets and how to sign up to help!
This event is used as a fundraiser for the charity, to help run the Sunday community kitchen, amongst other FoodCycle projects around Bristol.
Tickets: please donate £6 per person on our virginmoneygiving page (link below) and leave a name so we know who to let in!
We also need volunteers to help deliver, cook and serve the food, so if your handy with a bike, spatchula or just want to eat for free, sign up using the link below:
http://my.foodcycle.org.uk/content/foodcycle-pop-restaurant-2016-october-19th (you need to sign up to the FoodCycle website)
FoodCycle Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
So, come and join us for an evening of interesting talks, music and great food on the 19th of October!
Dylan & Jeremy