Well Pack Types

Every week we’re providing Well Packs containing food for those who need it across the campus area and beyond into our local community. Partners across the Universities and wider Hulme area (covering postcode M15) make referrals to The Well, and we respond using all the Milk &Honey magic in our mixing-bowls….

  • Well Pack A

    Well Pack A offers seven dinner-kits a week, ensuring that there’ll be at least one hot, healthy and delicious meal with plenty of left-overs each day. We provide the fresh and dry ingredients, recipe cards and online cookery step-by-step classes for each meal – everything made simple so that eating well becomes a simple pleasure.

  • Well Pack B

    Well Pack B is for those within our community who need a little more TLC right now. Prepared and cooked in Milk & Honey, then packaged-up and delivered to the plates of our sisters and brothers across campus and beyond – Well Pack B big on flavour, but bigger on love.

  • Well Pack C

    Well Pack C is aimed more at those of us who sometimes feel a little bit lost – especially at the moment. With food needs not top of the agenda, Well Pack C is aimed more towards community and connection… but that doesn’t stop us providing good-for-the-soul bakes, cakes and sweet treats.

All of our food and cooking provision is just half of the picture. It’s all shaken, stirred and muddled up with the wider programme… they feed each other and make each other richer.

Collection Process

In most cases, The Well Packs can be collected from our base of operations at Milk & Honey Café, part of St Peter’s House Chaplaincy. When you make your referral, we’ll ask you about when is best for you to collect your pack. The collection process is safe, contactless and socially distanced.

In some extreme cases, we are able to make deliveries to Well Users from the local area. These will be handled on a case by case basis. We ask that for most Well Users, a collection of your pack will be the normal method of receiving the support.


There are numerous buses up and down Oxford Road and a cycle rack outside the building, so please either walk, cycle or use public transport.

By foot

From St. Peter’s square in the City Centre, walk straight down Oxford Road passing the All Saints Campus of MMU and the RNCM.  Cross all the roads and then when you cross Booth Street East walk for a further 50 metres and St. Peter’s House is located 50 metres along on the left.  It’s set back from the road and has stairs to the front door.

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