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Share and create this list of Bristol food, including for those in need during coronavirus

Support local food businesses and find help if you are in need.

Coronavirus in Bristol

At the Cable we’re creating a collection of community resources to centralise and distribute information during the coronavirus pandemic. 

This one focuses on food, including how to support local businesses and how to find help if you or someone you know is in need. 

This is not a complete list so please help and contribute other resources using the form below! 

If you are in need of general support regarding coronavirus please call the council’s free hotline between 8.30am and 5pm on 0800 694 0184.

Please note that this list is solely intended as a community resource. The Cable is in no way responsible for the practises or produce of the organisations listed here. 

Local food shops and delivery

Local food and drink businesses in BS3

A list of shops, veg boxes, takeaways and suppliers in BS3.

Where? BS3 and delivery

BS3 supermarket opening times and delivery

Main supermarkets in BS3.

Where? BS3

A map of independent food and drink businesses for the whole city

Where? Citywide and delivery

The Bristol Lockdown Economy

A range of independent local businesses, generally on the more up market side of things.

Where? Citywide and delivery

Baraka Community Cafe

A local not-for-profit cafe offering affordable meals, delivered by bike.

Where? Delivery

Bristol breweries offering local delivery

Bristol beermakers offering online ordering and delivery.

Where? Citywide and delivery

Bristol Food Union

A directory of suppliers and retailers offering local produce.

Where? Citywide and delivery

Food for those in need

Wellspring Settlement (formerly the Wellspring and Barton Hill Settlement)

Wellspring Settlement, formerly the Wellspring and Barton Hill Settlement, are offering a range of fantastic local and free services for those in need as a result of COVID19. These include:

– Distribution of food parcels and cooked meals
– Prescription collections and dog walking
– Family services, including access to the garden facility for families with no outdoor space, parenting support over the phone and the distribution of nappies, wipes and formula
– A telephone befriending support service
– Shopping for the most vulnerable residents

To access this support call:
0117 955 6971

Where? East Bristol

Coexist Community Kitchen

A local not-for-profit organisation preparing nutritious frozen meals, free for those in need and by donation for those who can afford.

Coexist Community Kitchen is crowdfunding to support the effort. Chip in if you can!

Where? Mainly working with organisational partners in the city to distribute meals

The Plough and Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls

One of Bristol’s best known locals offering free veg boxes for those in need.

The team at the Plough are fundraising to support the effort. Chip in if you can!

Where? Delivery

Foodbanks in Bristol

In order to receive food from the foodbank you will need to be referred.

Where? Various

Base and Roses

Free food delivered to anyone in need without any means testing.
07731845211 – baseandroses@riseup.netFacebookApplication Form

Where? East Bristol

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