HALFF helps different groups of people learn about how to cook and eat a delicious healthy diet.
With cooking sessions, nutritional information and a fruit and veg shop in Axminster, we try to make 'eating well' easier for everyone.
Now in Chard as well as Seaton! Our popular HEART HUB helps people with or at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure or stroke, and people with type 2 diabetes. Membership includes cooking demos, talks on healthy eating and twice monthly newsletters including recipes and tips.
Chard Heart Hub starts on 10th September, for more information see our Diary Dates
Looking for good quality organic fruit and vegetables in Axminster? At our shop The Food Hub in South Street we sell fresh produce from Riverford Organics, as well as non-organic local fruit and vegetables. All proceeds from our shop go to the community and help us to help vulnerable people.
Would you like to help us to help others? We're currently recruiting a Volunteer Saturday Assistant for our shop, a great opportunity for anyone who would like some hands-on retail experience within a small, friendly and supportive team. If you are interested please contact HALFF on email@example.com
HALFF do not receive government funding and rely on donations, our Local Giving page allows supporters to help us to help local community
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Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall is a keen supporter of this charity:
“I’m a great admirer of HALFF and the terrific food knowledge they are bringing to our local community. I’m always keen to find ways to support them, and I’m delighted that we are now working together to support they Millwey Youth Club.
Helping young people to learn about simple everyday cooking, and where they can find good inexpensive ingredients, is so important to their future. It fosters self-reliance and self-respect which can be a massive help in an increasingly uncertain world.
I know that helping more people to get involved in cooking for family and friends is at the heart of HALFF’s work - and it’s at the heart of the River Cottage ethos too.”
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, December 2014