Soul Kitchen helping those in need in Chester

Soul Kitchen is run by a group of dedicated volunteers who are committed to supporting those who are homeless, in temporary accommodation, or who are generally struggling due to the rising cost of living and other life experiences.

Our ethos is to help people get back on their feet through food and friendship. Building up relationships and trust is key to our success.

We provide a weekly drop-in provision at Campbell Hall, Boughton (opposite The Bike Factory) on a Saturday evening between 5pm and 6.30pm. A warm welcome and a friendly face awaits anyone and everyone who is in need of help. We provide our guests with a hot meal, toiletries, clothing, and any other kind of support that’s required.

Our drop-in venue not only provides people with an escape from the elements outside whatever the weather, which is so important at this time of year, it has toilet and shower facilities too.

As well as food and clothing support we offer weekly cookery sessions, Soul in a Bowl, helping people to learn how to cook on a budget. The sessions promote self confidence and self-esteem as well as teaching cookery skills and providing a communal meal for everyone that comes along.

For more information about the support services we offer, or if you’d like to volunteer with us, visit:

We do not recommend bringing under 18s to Soul Kitchen.

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