Many thanks to LiveWest for its generous donation of £500 so we could buy a much-needed chest freezer to help us feed local families in need.
We’re the storage base for the fantastic new Exeter Hot Food Project, cooking and delivering hot meals to local people across the city. The freezer has transformed the way we work, enabling us to store a batch of pre-cooked meals ready for emergencies when people are struggling and we can freeze any fresh food we don’t use, in readiness for the next cooking session.
Kate Galliford, Beacon Community Centre manager said: “We are very grateful for the continuing support of LiveWest and Lesley Browne has been amazing. Thank you.”
Kate is pictured with Phil Hampton who runs the Hot Food Project Exeter