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Weald’s wonderful bread shed revisited

Way back at the beginning of the first lockdown, Andy made us a bread shed so we could continue to offer food. Over the months it’s taken a bit of a battering, so when we were given some funding by AkzoNobel, our first thought was to make our bread shed more robust, and more hygienic.… Continue reading Weald’s wonderful bread shed revisited

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Community Fridge new offerings …

Thanks to the amazing support of the RSPCA, we can now offer dog and cat food to people who visit the community fridge on a Thursday – so please feel free to mention if you have a pet that you’re struggling to feed. We also have our toy-box for little children, so if you’re collecting… Continue reading Community Fridge new offerings …

Weald Community Fridge – another thank you

Recently we heard from another person who’s shielding and who receives a bag of food via a Weald allotment-holder: “Thanks a heap for goodies. All will go into nice recipes. The bag of vegetables made a hearty soup, enough for 3 days. Lasagne – Half yesterday, other half today. Delicious. Lucky me. I have plans… Continue reading Weald Community Fridge – another thank you

Weald Community Fridge open tomorrow …

Come along and collect a bag of food between 10:00 and 13:00 through the allotment gates on Weald Avenue, Hove, BN3 8BB. And check out our amazing new stainless steel shelving, courtesy of the Rampion Fund and the COVID-19 Community Fund administered by the Sussex Community Foundation, all of whom have done so much to… Continue reading Weald Community Fridge open tomorrow …

Community fridge open tomorrow

Just a reminder that the Weald Community Fridge is open tomorrow, 10:00-13:00 and anybody can come along and collect a bag of free food. This week we received an amazing donation of dried and tinned food from the Sainsbury’s shop on Portland Road – it’s all vegan so we have loads of great store cupboard… Continue reading Community fridge open tomorrow

Weald Community Fridge success story

Before we get into some good news – would anybody like these lovely house-shaped shelves, donated by one of Weald’s fantastic volunteers last year? They’ve been a valuable part of our work, but our new stainless steel shelving is about to arrive and we need a new home for the white ones. The wooden ones… Continue reading Weald Community Fridge success story