FOOD SURPLUS PROJECT SAYS THANKS

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CETMA’s Food Surplus Project would like to thank businesses, organisations and people who helped make Christmas special for some local residents.

The project managed to supply over 100 people with over 30 food hampers and Colette Ingram, Volunteer Surplus Food manager for CETMA said:

“We’d like to thank everyone who contributed this Christmas!”

“These are Jacob Lewis, Cain’s Garage, Matthew Lewis, Linda Lewis & Bryan Lewis, EVS Garage, Dana & Cath, Tina Croxall, Paula Thomas, Tammie Ellis-Jones, Trixie Evans from Wildlife Watch, CBSA, Myrtle House, Tara Fisher & John Anderson – Fair Trade, Man-With-A-Van, Kim & Steve Hoskins, Our Llwynhendy, Durabuild, Bob Fowden, Asda Living, Wilkos Parc Trostre, Home Bargains Station Road, Amanda James and Michelle Dummer.”

“Thank you all and apologies of we have missed anyone out. They all really helped out local families and older residents who needed support.”

“We’d also like to thanks Jules at Communities 4 Work who collected and dropped off coats which were donated to her. These coats were then donated to the Greenfield Soup kitchen.”

The project collects and distributes food from Lidl Llanelli but are also looking to do a small food collection for Easter.

If anyone would like to join or volunteer on the project, then please email [email protected] or visit

https://www.facebook.com/surplusfoodllanelli/

To find out more about CETMA and the work is does, please visit www.cetma.org.uk

 

Pics:

Pic 1: Wilko Parc Trostre Manager

Pic 2: staff at Home Bargains Station Rd, Llanelli

Pic 3: Dana & Cath Jones

Photographer Colette Ingram

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