Community Larder Launched

A New Service For Woodford Residents

Woodford Halse Community Larder has been launched to help household food budgets stretch further and save food from waste.

The Larder is a membership programme that provides access to surplus groceries at heavily discounted prices. It is open to EVERYONE and works with FareShare, an organisation that helps to distribute surplus food from supermarkets and other businesses.

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How It Works

Members sign up for an annual fee plus a monthly subscription or pay-as-you-go depending on how much they expect to use the service.

Once a week, members can shop at the Larder and choose their items. For those that cannot visit the larder, volunteers can make up a bag of groceries and deliver them.

When & Where?

The Larder is open every Tuesday from Tuesday 26th July, 14:00 to 14:45.

Come along for a snack & chat from 13:00 to 14:00 to find out more.

The Larder operates from The Nest, Woodford Halse Primary Academy, Srivens Hill, Woodford Halse, NN11 3SU.

You can find out more on their facebook page or contact them by email community.larder@woodfordhalseacademy.net

What Does It Cost?

Annual Membership

The annual joining fee is £10.

All memberships include free fruit and veg in addition to your items.

Subscription Options:

  • 10 items for £17.50 per calendar month or
  • 22 items for £35 per calendar month

Pay As You Go Options:

  • 10 items per session for £5 or
  • 22 items per session for £10

How Do I Join?

Sign up and become a member today by filling in the form here.

Can You Help The Larder?

The Larder is looking for volunteers to help in a number of different roles.
There will be volunteers information evening on 19th July at 6pm.

You can come along at The Nest, Woodford Halse Primary Academy, Scrivens Hill, Woodford Halse, NN11 3SU.

If you would like to volunteer please express your interest by completing this form.

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