Food Support in Audlem

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As you would expect, our local community is trying its best to help ensure that those people most affected by the coronavirus emergency, because of the need to self-isolate, have access to food.

The Lord Combermere and ADCA are now working closely together on this, alongside Audlem Coop.

Lord Combermere

With immediate effect, the Lord Combermere, as well as offering their excellent take-away meals (see here), are temporarily offering to supply some fresh food and currently have a good range available. Click on the link below the picture for their list and prices.

This is great news as it means that more fresh food is available on Audlem, for Audlem.If you don't need home delivery or a friend can collect it for you, then please call the Lord Combermere directly on 01270 812277 with your name and address. Their hours for ordering are 9am-9pm Monday to Saturday and 9am-8pm Sunday

ADCA will also now be assisting the Lord Combermere in delivering their fresh food supplies to the vulnerable Audlem people who need them.

ADCA and the Coop

ADCA continues to arrange home food deliveries, in conjunction with Audlem Coop, for those people who are self-isolating because of age or underlying health conditions.

Anyone in our local area who is self-isolating and needs food deliveries should contact ADCA on 07984 785907. The ADCA Coronavirus Helpline is staffed every morning between 9am and 12 noon or you can leave a message on the answerphone at other times and they will get back to you.

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