A community fridge arrives in Kiveton Park

The community fridge

Councillor Marnie Havard, Ward Councillor for Wales Ward attended the Little Yorkshire in Kiveton for the arrival of a community fridge.

The community fridge is open to everyone in the community, so that people can access fresh food that would otherwise have gone to waste. The food is donated by businesses, with the Co-op donating surplus food from its stores.

Thank you to all the volunteers, for your hard work and the generous staff from Steelphalt who donated the new fridge and products.

Donating to the community fridge is a great way to help reduce food going into landfill, which can be used by the local community. 

More volunteers are needed if anyone has time to get involved. You can find out more and get involved by visiting the Kiveton & Wales Community Fridge on Facebook at: Kiveton & Wales Community Fridge | Kiveton Park | Facebook

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Published: 1st December 2022