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Introducing...the Hungry Be Fed Community Fridge!

Last week was the launch of the first #InOurNature Community Fridge...and what a launch it was!

⁠The Hungry Be Fed Community Fridge is run by Wendy and her team of superstar volunteers at Keeping it real 24/7. ⁠

Community fridges are a tried and tested way of stopping food ending up in the bin. It's an amazing space that anyone can visit to access and share surplus food that they're not going to use, including donations from local food businesses, producers, households and gardens. It's also a place to meet new people, access healthy food, save money and get involved with community climate action.

Two women standing next to an open fridge filled with food
three men playing drums
Woman in kitchen cooking

Want to visit? It's open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-5pm at 232 Claremont Road in Moss Side.

⁠Want to learn more about Community Fridges or open one in your area? Head here to find out more!

As part of the In Our Nature programme, we're supporting groups across Manchester to open their own Community Fridge through the free Community Fridge Network. Support includes free guidance, health and safety templates, design assets, peer support, as well as discounted fridges and freezers!

If you are interested in setting one up, or know a local organisation who would be email us at communityfridge@hubbub.org.uk.

Posted on 31st August 2021

by Lizzie Murray-Clark

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