We are currently talking to local producers about bread, eggs and meat on a weeklybasis as well as local honey, flour, olive oil and wine on a monthly basis.

if you would like to keep updated please 

​join the Old Church Community Food Hub page by clicking Here 

or email your enquiries to jessimarou@gmail.com


As we are in the fledgling stages we would also welcome any suggestions or information about local producers who may be interested in providing their product to a community group like us!

Tradewinds Tea & COffee

http://www.tradewinds.org.au/

PLEASE NOTE: The Food Hub will be not be operating until the 1st week of February 2017.

The Co-op project is largely shaped by the values which are a huge part of why so many of us love the Old Church community; Simplicity, Authenticity and Community

We want to be caring for our local economy, our local community and our local environment when we are making decisions regarding directions we could go in for our food co-op. We want to support social change and do this authentically in our actions, which is not always possible when we are on a tight budget. By directing our buying power purposefully as a community, we will be able to provide an opportunity for more people to support local producers and the relationships that go along with that, something which is very important for sustainable social change in our food culture.

More products will follow as we make progress on this co-op journey

Food Hub

Who gives a crap toiletpaper 
https://au.whogivesacrap.org/