Botley community fridge

WP_20180313_16_51_10_ProThe Botley community fridge is a (small) fridge and associated shelving into which anyone can put food, and from which anyone can take food.

Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, 81 West Way, Botley OX2 9LS

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
Sun 11am-5pm
Priority for people in need            Mon and Sat 9-10am

Individuals can put in fruit, vegetables, bread/pastry and non-perishables.  Registered food businesses can also put in cooked food.  No raw meat/fish, eggs, cooked rice, or food past its ‘use by’ date please!  Good quality food past its ‘best before’ date is fine.

Click the Facebook sign and ‘like’ the page for regular updates on the contents of the fridge.  Click below for more information:

Thank you to the Sprout, the Coop and Rowse for funding; and to Tesco and Sainsbury’s for providing food.  The Botley community fridge is managed by a wonderful group of volunteers who check it on a daily basis.

Riki would be happy to talk to you if you are thinking of setting up your own community fridge:

Thank you so much for your lovely email and helpful attachments…  I’m delighted (and excited) to confirm that the members agreed to run with the community fridge project…  Speaking to yourself and Clare made all the difference and it certainly helped me to be able to share your advice and experiences…  thanks again for your help.  Ali. Oakridge Baptist Church, High Wycombe.”

Contact Riki at 07759 135811 or riki@phonecoop.coop

 

 

 

Please see the ‘Botley community fridge’ blog on the right for the story of the fridge so far.

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