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Food help offered & wanted – Spread the word : A free market offering fruit and vegetables – oranges, salad packs, green veg, carrots, broccoli etc. – has started on Saturday mornings at 19 Highgate Road, opposite the junction with Burleigh Road. It starts at 10.30am and the first hour is for refugees and asylum seekers. It wraps up by 1pm. The food comes from donations surplus to requirements by Refugee Community Kitchenwho cook there. It is all fresh but beyond the sell by date so needs to be taken so it is not wasted. Anyone can come, foodbank rules don’t apply. Also, our friends at Food For All asked us to circulate this shout-out for Saturday morning volunteers assembling food parcels. See video
Local food help available from our friends at the Camden New Journal. Dan Carrier, long-time journalist at CNJ, is offering to deliver food (vegetarian curry) and non-perishables locally. Contact him on 07786 394210 or at email@example.com. There are no qualifying criteria or conditions; no questions will be asked. Do contact him if you or anyone you know in the area needs this help for whatever reason – lack of money, unable to shop or cook because of shielding or disability etc. He will arrange to drop it off in a safe socially distanced way.