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Community Meals Service

Fresh meals direct to your door

The Community Meals Service is run by independent, local charitable organisations and is for people who need help to make sure they regularly have nutritious cooked meals.

You can book for a few weeks or sign up for as long as you want, it's up to you.

How does it work?

The centres provide a hot, freshly cooked and healthy meal with optional afternoon tea five days a week. Clients are able to request frozen meals for weekends and bank holidays. Specialist diabetic and vegetarian options are also available.

Meals are delivered ready to eat between 12 and 2pm, on weekdays. It is difficult to give exact delivery times but, generally, volunteer drivers will be with you around the same time every day and will make sure you're okay before they leave.

Contact your nearest centre

Contact the centre covering your area for details on menus and pricing. The centres providing the Community Meals Service are independent, local organisations.


Visit the Brightwells Gostrey website or telephone 01252 727280

Godalming and Farncombe

Visit the Farncombe Day Centre website or telephone 01483 426685

Haslemere, Milford and Witley

Visit the Haslewey website or telephone 01428 648716

Cranleigh, Bramley and surrounding villages

There is no local, independent provider that delivers hot meals for residents living in this area.

Alternative support

There are other food companies which deliver prepared frozen meals to your door including Oakhouse Foods, Wiltshire Farm Foods and Cook.

Age UK Surrey offer a Help at Home service which includes help with light meal preparation as well as housework, changing bed linen, ironing and other household tasks. This is a paid for service. 

Visit the Age UK Surrey website or telephone 01483 503414

If you are no longer able to prepare meals for yourself, you may wish to contact Surrey County Council Adult Social Care about your overall support needs.