Wivey Food Project

For the last few days I have been working with an amazing team of people in Wiveliscombe, Somerset. The Wivey Food Project cook around 400 meals a week for the local community during the pandemic! They supply food for elderly people who are self isolating or for whatever reason cannot get out, single parents struggling with lockdown and anyone who cannot cope under the pressure of the present circumstances. A team of around fifty people have come together with some driving and delivering food, some cooking and preparing the food and others offering food from allotments and store cupboards, as well as local businesses.

I have been following them in an attempt to document their amazing work in the form of a short film. 

Thank you for reading and thank you to the Wivey Food project.

David

For gallery click image below!


Comments

Valley All Star Moving Service(non-registered)
The Wivey Food Project cook around 400 meals a week for the local community during the pandemic.

They supply food for elderly people who are self isolating or for whatever reason cannot get out, single parents struggling with lockdown and anyone who cannot cope under the pressure of the present circumstances.

A team of around fifty people have come together with some driving and delivering food, some cooking and preparing the food and others offering food from allotments and store cupboards, as well as local businesses
Bugarsky & Navarro, LLC(non-registered)
The core of The Food Project's program is employment of youth on farms in Lincoln and Roxbury, called the Summer Youth Program.

Participants are hired in the Spring, with equal representation from the city and nearby suburbs, and are divided into crews of about 10 crew workers, an assistant crew leader and a crew leader.

The program is 8 weeks long (now 6.5 due to budget), beginning in late June and ending in August to coincide with the Massachusetts public school calendar.

There is also an academic year program and an internship program, both of which run throughout the year, though with fewer participants than the Summer Program.
Tripod Sitting Position(non-registered)
I enjoyed while reading about your Wivey Food project, Keep growing in this field.
Ornament Central(non-registered)
They supply food for elderly people who are self isolating or for whatever reason cannot get out, single parents struggling with lockdown and anyone who cannot cope under the pressure of the present circumstances.
Eco E Bike Store(non-registered)
A team of around fifty people have come together with some driving and delivering food, some cooking and preparing the food and others offering food from allotments and store cupboards, as well as local businesses.
No comments posted.
Loading...

 

 

 

 

Subscribe
RSS
Archive
January February March April May June July August (6) September (2) October (5) November December (1)
January (5) February (1) March April (2) May (1) June (1) July August September October November December
January (1) February March April May June July (1) August September October November December
January February March April May June July August September October November December
January (4) February March April May June (1) July (4) August September October (1) November December
January February March April May (1) June July August September October November December
January February March April May June July August September October November December
January February March (1) April May June July August September October November December
January February March April May June July August September October November December