As part of our commitment to serving the local community, we are proud to host the Community Fridge at Leytonstone Methodist Church. The Community Fridge is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at noon. It serves as a resource for individuals in need, offering donated food from local businesses and individuals.
We greatly appreciate any donations you are able to contribute to support this initiative. Your generosity helps us continue providing for those who rely on the Community Fridge. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who are willing to lend a helping hand.
For more information about the Community Fridge, please visit their website using the link.
See the community fridge website here:
The Community Fridge is an initiative that aims to combat food waste and provide access to good quality surplus food for the local community. It serves as a resource where anyone can collect surplus food that would otherwise be discarded.
The fridge is stocked with donated food from local businesses, including shops, cafes, and individuals. It also welcomes surplus produce from allotments and gardens.
The purpose of the Community Fridge is to reduce food waste by redistributing edible food items his helps prevent good food from going to waste and promotes sustainability.
I feel as though I’ve been in the circuit longer than just four months! Suzie and I continue to be grateful for the circuit’s kind welcome and the relationships that we’ve begun to establish.
It is early days, but I am encouraged and feel much has already been achieved or is in the pipeline for the coming few months, and I am particularly grateful to the circuit leadership for all their support and guidance. We’ve already made some hard decisions, but many opportunities lie in wait for us in 2024, and some of these we intend to grasp soon. There are many grounds for hope.