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/ 28 November 2016

Saint Laurence’s Larder featured on BBC One’s The Big Food Rescue

Shelves at food bank

Saint Laurence’s Larder in North London is to star in a BBC documentary on food waste this week.

The project, based at Christ Church with St Laurence Brondesbury, provides three course meals for people in the local community who struggle to make ends meet, as well as running a food and clothes bank.

The BBC1 programme, The Big Food Rescue, follows a charity that works to stop edible food going to landfill and instead delivers it to charities like Saint Laurence’s Larder.

Stephen Chamberlain, Lay Chair to Anglicans in Brent Deanery and Co-ordinator of Saint Laurence’s Larder and Open Kitchen, appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss the work of the project and diverting food waste to good causes.

You can watch The Big Food Rescue on BBC One from 28 November – 2 December at 9.15am to 10am.

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