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Food Club

Explore our new Food Club membership in partnership with Fareshare.

Food Club Membership

Our food distribution service was set up in March 2020 with a goal to help alleviate hunger in the Caradon area by sourcing, collecting, storing, packaging and delivering food and hygiene parcels for distribution to vulnerable people in the community. We have now moved this over to a Food Club, the first in Cornwall, working with Fareshare and Morrisons to ensure we can provide this service long term.

Our Food Club provides good-quality food at a low cost, while also reducing food waste and it's open 5 days per week, Monday; 12noon - 4pm, Tuesday - Thursday; 11am - 4pm & Friday 11am - 3pm.

It costs just £4 a year for membership. Once you’ve joined you can visit the shop once a week to purchase a bag of tasty food items worth around £15-£20 for just £3.50! There will also be other essential items on sale for a small fee if required.


Delivery is available if needed, costs apply, please see our Terms & Conditions for more information.

This service will be available to anyone living in the Liskeard and Looe area who is in a vulnerable position, that might be being isolated, elderly, disability, or low income. The only criteria for joining the Food Club will be to have an initial consultation with one of the Lighthouse Team within the first 3 months of signing up.

Also available is our Essentials Food Box, once per week and depending on availability it will consist of Bread, Milk, Eggs, fish, soup, beans, rice, jar sauce, pasta, cereal, fruit, veg, tea etc. The boxes are worth over £15 however for members just £3.50 per box plus delivery costs.

Emotional support is also available alongside a face to face and telephone support service for our users to address their individual issues and signpost them to other organisations that can assist them in specific areas of recovery.

We respond quickly with one of the most important resources people need, food! Operating an informal, friendly and confidential approach. We are kind, caring and understand the difficulties faced by our users through our own past lived experiences. We do not judge and are a place of care where people can find social support.

Our Aims

  • Provide regular access to a sustainable supply of food to vulnerable people

  • Increase disposable income for local families to improve life chances and wellbeing

  • Reduce the amount of food being sent to landfill in the UK by utilising surplus food

  • Encourage members to access local support services and be signposted to other agencies

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“Thank you so much for all the food I don't know what we would do without you all at the moment thanks again”


“Honestly me and my kids are so very grateful for all the help you and your team have given us over the past few months! The hard work and time that goes into everything you all do is amazing, we can’t thank you all enough, thank you for the brilliant communication and help”

“Just a message to say thankyou we have had chicken and veg pie chicken casserole and a jam sponge and custard with plenty leftover for the freezer wouldn't have been able to do it without you thanks again”“Hello love thank you so much for all the lovely food it is a big help not very often we have chicken so it's a big treat for us thank you again for all your help”

Our Partnerships

The following are our supporters of the Food Club

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Food Club Notice:

Due to extremely high demand, we are unable to take on any additional Food Club memberships at this time. If you would like to add your name to our waiting list we will contact you as soon as a space is available. Please click here to get in touch with us with your details.

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