Salisbury group cooking up a treat for social isolation

Salisbury group cooking up a treat for social isolation

Published at 9:51am 13th September 2019.

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The Pantry Partnership have started their 'From The Hatch' scheme on Wednesdays.

Based at their new kitchen at Victoria Park, they will be providing local people the chance to engage with others and combat social isolation. 

'From The Hatch' will be selling food and drink that people can takeaway and is a project that is designed to support people in the community by giving them the chance to learn to take orders, cash handle and also to get out of their homes.

The Pantry Partnership is a social enterprise that tries to use surplus food from places like supermarkets to support and feed the community.

Pantry Partnership
The new scheme has started this week

Founder and Director of The Pantry Partnership, Fiona Ollerhead, said: 

"Customers can help us become more sustainable financially and ensure that we continue to do more to support local people and reduce food excesses.  

We are giving people a window into how we do this as well as giving them an ethical and environmentally way to eat delicious snacks and treats."

The project runs from 10:30am until 1:30pm every Wednesday and had its first session this week (11th September).

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