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Free weekly hot meal at new project

Posted onPosted on 29th Jan

FoodCycle is launching in Mansfield, offering a free community hot meal each week using food that otherwise might have gone to waste.

It will launch on Monday, 11th March at the Salvation Army on Victoria Street, at 4pm.

The Community Meal is open to all and there is no need to book, just turn up on the day.

Volunteers are also wanted to help the Monday project, including cooks, hosts and food collection volunteers.

A spokesperson said: “FoodCycle Mansfield will only be possible thanks to great volunteers giving their time, enthusiasm, and energy.

“Community Meals means we invite people to come and sit with us, around a table, and enjoy a hot, nutritious meal.

“Our meals are served with warmth and dignity by friendly volunteers in a welcoming environment. Our weekly community dining service not only helps tackle food poverty but it also helps alleviate loneliness by bringing the community together.”

For more information and details of how to volunteer, go to