Voluntary Action Camden


Claire Pritchard, CEO Greenwich Cooperative Development Agency and Chair of the London Food Board.

Alicja Bjorn, Pioneer Member for the Cooperative Society and Researcher.

Farrar Rainfly, Founding Director, Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society


Claire Pritchard recommended Sustainable Food Places website as a platform for the work in Camden.

Farrar shared Lifeafterhummus’ Emergency Response Data Impact Covid-19 report.

Alija shared that enquiries about grant funding should go to rosalind.stevens@coopmembers.co.uk who will be covering Kentish Town now.
Information for signing up to the Coop’s Food Share surplus collection can be found here https://www.coop.co.uk/environment/food-share

Philip Vaughan at Camden Council is the link person at the Council.  phillip.vaughan@camden.gov.uk  Currently Camden are undertaking a survey of food providers, food banks etc.

Laura Murphy  –  contact for Unity Works would be either myself laura.murphy@unityworks.org.uk or Claire.Hilton@unityworks.org.uk We have a full kitchen and staff team available for helping with bulk food prep (Greenwood Centre) or we can also help with ordering wholesale food orders. Really keen to collaborate. Working already with Felix Project. Unity Works also has the Mill Lane Garden Centre in West Hampstead again with training places for people with learning disabilities.