Great article from Apex Woman

Cristina Irving Turner from Apex Woman joined us at the Farm Feast festival on the Wirral, recently. A detailed interview with a couple of challenging questions to keep us on our toes. Good job, Apex. It was a pleasure talking to you. Transforming Surplus Food Into Positive Policy Change

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TRJFP Liverpool’s radio debut

Listen here Listen in from the 02hr 02min point. Many thanks to Sean Styles for having us on the show. People of Liverpool, lend us your ears… and stomachs!

Launch weekend - Flyer

Launch weekend

Liverpool’s first PAYF cafe is open to the public. Saturday 22nd August 2015, 10am – 5pm Sunday 23rd August 2015, 11am – 4pm Pay As You Feel. Feed bellies not bins.

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Give us your surplus!

Up until now, due to kitchen and storage restrictions (one chest freezer and any space we could beg and borrow from friends and family) we have had to turn down food offerings and signpost food we weren’t able to physically manage, elsewhere. NOW… things are different. Now that we have a premises, we can say […]


Deep clean: part one.

Well, we’re half way there. Many thanks to everyone who came along tonight and got stuck in. Same time next week for another clean and then… we can start cooking!

Liverpool’s first PAYF cafĂ©, coming SOON.

TRJFP Liverpool are very pleased to announce that we have found a site! Thanks to the kind people at Riverside, we will be running from 117 Shaw Street from late August. There is fully fitted kitchen now at our disposal plus fridge/freezer and dry store! The seating space looks big enough to serve about 25-30 […]


Next meeting to plan the May Binner Party will be on Tue 19th May at LEAF, Bold St from 6pm. Plenty for everyone to do on the night. Thanks, Nat and Gabs x