Oxmoor Community Fridge

On Monday 22nd March, I was invited to Thongsley Fields Primary & Nursery School to support the launch of the Oxmoor Community Fridge, which is a free to use service, for any resident, in response to anongoing need for food support and the prevention of dated food being wasted.

Mayor of Huntingdon Karl Webb, Rebecca Rayner CEO Glebe Farm, Kevin Gulson Co-ordinatior of Yaxley Community Fridge, Amanda Turner HDC Community Development Officer, David Jones Headteacher Thongsley Fields Primary and Nursery School, Andy Hunt Glebe Farm and Patrick Kadewere Founder Huntingdonshire Community Group

The initiave, being run and supported in partnership with Huntingdonshire District Council, Thongsley Fields Primary and Nursery School and Food For Nought, is open to all residents.

The Mayor with the launch cake

Amber’s Bakes and Cakes made the launch cake (of which we all had a slice).

Cutting the ribbon of the two fridges supplied for the Oxmoor Community Fridge project

For more details, see the article featured in the Hunts Post on Wednesday 24th March: https://www.huntspost.co.uk/news/new-community-fridge-opens-at-oxmoor-7833904