By Sas Taylor

Northfield Arts Forum (NAF) have partnered with The Real Junk Food Project Brum for a pop up arts cafe – serving up delicious, healthy meals created from “waste” food alongside music, dance and more.

The Real Junk Food Project was started in Leeds in 2010, aiming to make good use of food discarded by supermarkets, restaurants and other sources . The Birmingham project serves up delicious meals on a ‘Pay As You Feel’ basis, and has been running a regular cafe at Ladywood Health and Community Centre.

TRJFP will be providing their fabulous food in Northfield at NAF’s new arts cafe.

The first ‘proper’ pop up arts cafe, NAF Caf(e), will be held at the end of January at Northfield Baptist Church and will feature live music, poetry, an art exhibition, and art and dance class for all ages.

If you’re interested in helping out with the arts cafe or NAF or want to learn more, you can attend a “taster” event this Thursday (14th January) between 6-7pm. Event page on Facebook


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