Kingsteignton Community Larder
The larder is situated in the porch area at the front of the Community Hall/ Town Council Offices building in Rydon Road It is mostly stocked with non-perishable foods (in date) as well as some toiletries. Fresh produce and bread may be available at times. Please help yourself or leave any goods that you can donate (as above) to help each other.
COMING SOON Bickington Goodwill Community Fridge
Goodwill Community Holdings based at Bickington hope to have the community fridge setup during April / May @grannypat farmshop and hope it will be a way for the community to reduce food waste and share produce from our community allotment site also and this will be a benefit to the whole community .
Newton Abbot Community Fridge
Newton Abbot Community Fridge is open to everyone and is located outside The Courtenay Centre and open 24/7. Our main aim is to help prevent food waste and so collect food from businesses and shops around the town, then make it available for people to take free of charge so prevent it going to waste. People are also welcome to donate any unopened food that they know they won’t be able to use but might be useful to someone else!
Teignmouth Mutual Aid Community Larder
Details: Open: Every Wednesday 10am-12 Mid-day Where: Meadow Centre, Kingsway Why:Helping people who find in these difficult times that their income is reduced and they are having to choose between paying bills & buying food What For: Free food, basics, household and personal items
Dawlish Community Larder
Helping Dawlish is aware that some people are self-isolating or are still being impacted by the effects of the lockdown on their finances, families, businesses, mental and physical health and may require support. The food bank (which operated until July) has become a community larder which can support people in immediate need of food whether due to a medical need or social isolation or need immediate food assistance prior to other help being available.
Ashburton Community Fridge
Ashburton Community Fridge reduces food waste by making surplus food freely available to all residents of the town. Volunteers regularly collect and monitor fresh stock from supermarkets, shops, wholesalers and growers. and members of the local community and businesses also contribute surplus from their own fridge or gardens. Open 24/7 Located behind the Town Hall.
The Alice Cross Centre Teignmouth
The hEAT café is every Thursday from 2 – 4:30pm and from the 14th November every Monday from 2 – 4:30pm also. We serve hot food, snacks, cake and hot drinks on a donation basis, with games, books, puzzles and ipads available. Pop up activities to be announced are: How to cook with an air fryer. Chop and chat sessions – preparing a slow cooker meal to take home and cook. Energy saving advice and talks
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