Could your organisation benefit from free food? Corringham store can help

A borough Co-op store is hoping to form a partnership with a local organisation that could benefit from free food.


By Nub News Reporter

Posted: Tuesday, 13th June 2023 9:00 am


The Co-op store on Gardner Avenue is a focal point for community activity and was visited by local youth organisations when it reopened after refurbishment last year.
The Co-op store on Gardner Avenue is a focal point for community activity and was visited by local youth organisations when it reopened after refurbishment last year.
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A BOROUGH store is hoping to form a partnership with local organisations that could benefit from free food.

The Co-op at Gardner Avenue in Corringham is offering goods that are due to go out of date to needy causes in the area.

If your group would like to take advantage of the offer contact the store and an arrangement can be made for collection.

To find out more, contact Claire Mason by email at [email protected]

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