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Help with food and drink

Lady receiving a meal on wheels

Get help with food and drink so you can continue to live independently.

This includes getting meals delivered, help with food shopping, making healthy food, getting essential kitchen equipment and eating with others.

If you are struggling to afford food, find places where you can possibly get free and low-cost food.

Meal deliveries 'meals on wheels'

You can get hot and cold meals delivered to your door. This kind of service is often called meals on wheels. Search for meal delivery services:

If you need help with searching these lists, email or phone us on 0344 800 8020.

Food shop deliveries

Many supermarkets, food shops and Morrisons at Amazon, can deliver food to your door if you order online on their websites.

Morrisons Doorstep Delivery service is a telephone shopping service. You can place an order by phone and it will be delivered. The British Red Cross may also help with your food shopping if you have been unwell.

Getting to a food shop

Get help with transport if you are struggling to get to the shop/s for food.

Check what local community transport is available using your address.

Help during your shopping trip

Supermarkets may offer an assisted shopping service to help you shop. Check with your supermarket to see if it's something they do. If they offer it, you'll need to book this in advance, so staff are available.

Lunch clubs

Lunch clubs and coffee mornings help you get out of the house and enjoy a meal with others.

See a list of lunch clubs on Norfolk Community Directory.

Dementia cafes

Dementia cafes can help people with dementia connect with their community. This may not mean a main meal, but coffee and cakes for example.

See dementia cafes on Norfolk Community Directory.  

Making food

We offer free cooking lessons across Norfolk. They aim to help you learn healthy and tasty recipes.

See Adult Learning cooking lessons. 

Getting kitchen equipment 

If you are in financial hardship and cannot pay your living costs, we can supply essential reused kitchen appliances, such as a fridge, freezer or cooker if you are eligible.

Find out about the Client Hardship Service.

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