This interview was conducted at the start of the UK Corona Virus shut down in March. The interview is part of the University of Sheffield’s Corona Virus uncovered series.
Coronavirus: inspiring community attempts to stem increased hunger need government help
The coronavirus pandemic has revealed just how much we depend on easy access to food. The beginning of the UK’s lockdown saw the closure of restaurants and pubs, and empty supermarket shelves. The number of people who are struggling to access food because of financial difficulties has dramatically swelled. Amid this turmoil, there has been an incredible response from the social, public and commercial sectors to provide food to people in need. But we need government to support their efforts. Continue reading