Oasis Cardiff

69B Splott Road, Splott, Cardiff. CF24 2BW

Tel: 029 2046 0424


Open Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:00pm

Oasis Cardiff provide a hot meal from Monday to Friday at 12:30pm.

Rainbow of Hope

23-25 Broadway, Adamsdown, Cardiff. CF24 1QE



Thursday at 11:30am - please arrive a little early.

Rainbow of Hope provide a food parcel for Asylum Seekers in need. Arrive early to get a number, ROH provide refreshments and have a short Christian service followed by distribution of the food parcels.

Splott Breakfast Club

ran by Splott Community Volunteers

Wednesdays from 8am until 10am at Oasis Cardiff, 69b Splott Road, Cardiff. CF24 2BW

Thursdays from 8am until 10am at the Old Splott Library, Singleton Road, Splott. Cardiff. CF24 2ET

(Runs from 9am during school holidays)

£1 charge for those who are able to pay. (Free for Asylum Seekers or destitute people).

The Breakfast Club offers a warm welcome to all, providing families with a place where children and parents/carers can have a hot, nutritious meal with their neighbours. It gives an opportunity to build social networks and enables people from different cultures and backgrounds, who may not otherwise meet, to come together and form solid connections and friendships, thus strengthening the community in which they live and bringing about ongoing positive impact.


Trinity Centre, Corner of Four Elms Road and Piercefield Place, Adamsdown, Cardiff. CF24 1LE


Open Monday and Thursday from 12:30pm to 5:30pm

Space4U provide a hot meal at around 3:45pm on Mondays and Thursdays. They also have a food bank for destitute Asylum Seekers and Refugees, please ask a volunteer for more details.

Local Welcome

Trinity Centre, Corner of Four Elms Road and Piercefield Place, Adamsdown, Cardiff. CF24 1LE

Sunday afternoons

Asylum Seekers and Refugees - click the link to register:

In a divided world, making the time to connect with someone different from yourself is a radical act. Local Welcome use the magic of food to bring people together, connect and share their stories. You might start cooking together as strangers, but you’ll end up eating as friends.

Local Welcome meals are FREE for refugees and asylum seekers to: meet people from Cardiff, cook together, eat together and make friends. You must have a ticket to attend. Children are welcome but do not need a ticket, only the adults they are with need a ticket. 

Local Welcome is also open to Cardiffians to come along to a community venue to cook and eat a meal with refugees living in your area. There is a £5 charge for local people to cover the cost of food for you and a refugee. See website for more details and to sign up.