The Bread and Butter Thing
November 6 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Monday, repeating until March 4, 2024
The Bread and Butter Thing offers weekly groceries at a fraction of high street prices at our The Old
School hub at The Old School on Mondays at 1:30pm.
For £7.50 we offer roughly £35 worth of food each week including fresh fruit and veg, chilled food for the
fridge and cupboard staples such as pasta and cereal. We get our supplies from the stuff that you hear
about in the news going to waste: it comes from supermarkets, factories and farms.
The food changes daily meaning your bags will change from week to week. Most members tell us that
they collect food from TBBT and then ‘top up’ from the supermarket once they have seen what we
As the bags vary from day to day, some weeks the savings will be greater than others. However, you will
always be paying much less than in the shops and have new foods to try. Very occasionally, if food
supplies that day are low, we will not have enough for the 3 bags. In this case, we will lower the price. We
want you to feel we are making a difference to your weekly food bills.
Why not give us a try? There is no commitment and its free to join. If you want an order just reply to the
weekly text you receive on the day you get it. It’s really easy to sign-up to TBBT…
Step 1 – Text 07860 063304 with your full name, postcode, and the name of the hub you will be
collecting from: The Old School
Step 2 – Select the size of order you want to receive: Family – £7.50 (this is our top seller).
We also offer Individual – £4, or Large Family – £15.
There is a Vegetarian option available too.
Step 3 – We’ll send you a text every Saturday to see if you want an order. Just reply “YES” by
10:00AM the next day. We’ll deliver your order to The Old School Hub on Monday at 1.30pm
Step 4 -Collect and pay for your goods from The Old School Hub at The Old School.
(Don’t forget – someone can collect on your behalf if you can’t make it
and we also accept Healthy Start Vouchers).