Felix Project works with Wolves Lane to provide meals in lock down…

The Felix Project van at Wolves Lane Centre last Wednesday

After this new lock down ends, Wolves Lane will once again offer its regular events and activities.

Until then, Wolves Lane continues to prepare meals for vulnerable households…

Wolves Lane meal preparation for vulnerable households continues… working with The Felix Project

Wolves Lane Meal Project 

The Felix Project van was at Wolves Lane Centre again last Wednesday, to work with this important project.

Food waste and surplus produce is used to create meals by the volunteers every week. “So far they have distributed 6000+ meals for local residents struggling with food access and food poverty. Crop Drop, London Grown and The Felix Project provided all the produce” for this important endeavour. (Wolves Lane December Newsletter)

Wolves Lane Food for All

Wolves Lane has been “growing food to support the community for almost 20 weeks in 2020 and delivered over 400kg of beautiful produce to local schools, senior homes, local elderly and vulnerable residents in Haringey”. Some plants will also be “gifted to local households so people can grow their own nutritious salad over winter”. (Wolves Lane December Newsletter)

2021 – There will be lots to look forward to after lock down ends!

Wolves Lane is looking forward hopefully to lock down ending soon, and the community being able to return to the Centre for regular activities and events. Watch this blog for updates ~ stay tuned!


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