Free food + tea & coffee every Sunday 1pm @ Holloway Circus
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The Birmingham Social Centre squatters are back! Here’s a short documentary on some of the stuff they’ve done in the past Better to squat than let homes rot – The Birmingham Social Centre from Smash TV on Vimeo.
We now have a working donations link! The number of homeless people that we feed on Sundays has gone up dramatically in the last few weeks. All the money for new pots, tableware, bulk foods (grains, beans, spices, coffee, tea) … Continue reading
[vimeo width=”600″ height=”500″]http://vimeo.com/60706327[/vimeo] Last Tuesday, 26th February, over 100 concerned citizens blockaded the entrances to Birmingham City Council House to in order to prevent councillors from entering the building to vote through over £100m worth of cuts. They took this … Continue reading
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Saturday 8th December was a national day of action against Workfare, in Birmingham protesters from Boycott Workfare, Birmingham Against the Cuts, Disabled People Against the Cuts, Anonymous Birmingham and Birmingham Food not Bombs gathered outside Poundland a local company using … Continue reading
Good article written by the Institute of Race Relations last month exposing the racist agenda of the Daily Express towards EU migrants, with a mention of Brum Food not Bombs
We’ll be doing the food at this weekends Movement Support Gathering in Birmingham. Are you active in grassroots, social justice, anti-capitalist, labour or environmental movement(s) for social and ecological change? Or are you part of a group that supports these … Continue reading
This is some of the food we managed to rescue from being thrown out and wasted the other week. It’s a small proportion of the 300,000 tonnes wasted every year by supermarkets. All of it was edible and in good … Continue reading