Published: Wednesday, 17th October 2018

Kids in Greenwich don't have to worry where their next meal is coming from this half-term as the council's mobile kitchen Autumn Feast returns to serve up another round of healthy free meals.

The kitchen made its debut as Summer Feast during the summer holidays when it served up delicious lunches to school-aged children from across the borough.

Autumn Feast will once again be run by Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency (GCDA) in partnership with Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL), who are also part funding the project, and Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) Youth Services.

Autumn Feast locations and times

Serving days and times
Venue Day Time
Avery Hill Youth Club
Anstridge Road,
London SE9 2LL
Friday 26 October 6pm
Birchmere Hub
off Disraeli Close,
London SE28 8AP
Friday 26 October 1pm
Clockhouse Community Centre
Defiance Walk,
Royal Arsenal Woolwich SE18 5QL
Wednesday 24 and Friday 26 October 1pm
Coldharbour Adventure Playground
The Course,
London SE9 3JB
Monday 22 October 2pm
Glyndon Adventure Playground
Elmley Street,
London SE18 7NN
Tuesday 23 October 1pm
Hawksmoor Youth Club
Bentham Road,
Thamesmead SE28 8AS
Wednesday 24 and Friday 26 October 6pm and 7pm
Meridian Adventure Playground
Thames Street,
Greenwich SE10 9BX
Tuesday 23 and Thursday 25 October 2.30pm
Plumstead Adventure Playground
Blendon Terrace,
London SE18 7RS
Thursday 25 October 1pm
Woolwich Common Community Centre
Leslie Smith Square,
London SE18 4DW
Monday 22 to Friday 26 October 1pm
Woolwich Common Youth Club
144 Nightingale Place,
London SE18 4HE
Thursday 25 October 7pm
Woolwich Dockyard Adventure Playground
Pett Street,
London SE18 5NZ
To be confirmed To be confirmed

'No child goes hungry'

Cllr Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Council said: "During term-time many of the borough's children benefit from a healthy free school lunch, but when the holidays come parents can struggle to foot the bill of extra meals.

"Food poverty is a real issue for many families and with this scheme the Council can help to make sure that no child goes hungry. And besides the obvious advantage of a full stomach, the children have a great time eating delicious food with their friends."