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Cornerstone – where does the food come from and is it really free??

The Cornerstone receives food and produce twice a week from regional hubs that distribute surplus foods from supermarkets around the country. This food goes out in food parcels to those who need the support, but also out on the shelves here in the Cornerstone for everyone to take. So do please come down and help yourselves to this food – it really is free, and will be going to waste if we don’t use it! 

We also gratefully receive donated fruit, vegetables, baked goods and dry foods from the good people of Charlbury’s gardens and cupboards – this week we have had lots of rhubarb, parsley, kale, and even some delicious home made scones! Thank you so much for these donations, they are what makes the Cornerstone a really worthwhile activity.

So please do think of us if you have spare produce to share and when you’re here, pick up some items for yourself!

Helene

Cornerstone · Thu 22 Jul, 12:37 · Link


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