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Food On Our Doorstep (FOOD) clubs

Food clubs which provide families with good quality food at a low cost.

Family Action has launched Food On Our Doorstep (FOOD) clubs to provide good quality food at a low cost, while also reducing food waste, and the service is available in Nottinghamshire. It costs just £1 a year for a family to become a member. Once you have joined, you can purchase a bag of tasty food items every week worth approximately £10-£15 for just £3.50! To become a member you must live or work within about 15 minutes of a club.

There are a number of FOOD Clubs around the county including at Children’s Centres.

You can view a directory list of current clubs in Nottinghamshire.

You can also get in touch by emailing

For more information you can visit the Nottinghamshire Childhood Obesity Trailblazer Project.

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This page was last reviewed on 22-07-2021

This page will be next reviewed on 22-07-2024