Local support matters

Barry, our Nourish Project Leader, is encouraged by local financial support for the Food Club as membership grows.

Barry says, "I would like to thank Pendleton Together for their support through a community grant, via their charity arm Newground Together for the work of the Food Club. It's great working with Lynne Harrison and the support from Belle Paterson."

Barry has been working with Lynne to build up the satellite Food Club at Spruce Court. This donation, which Belle supported, is a great encouragement to the ongoing work of Nourish in the community.

The satellite Food Club has grown to 68 members from Pendleton Together flats and we are looking forward to encouraging them and many more in this coming year.


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Clock icon 06 Jan, 2022

Written by:

Barry Matley

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