4th December 2020 | Covid-19

Mid- Surrey Community Fridges

The Earl and Countess of Wessex spent time volunteering at the Mid- Surrey Community Fridges’ new warehouse in Dorking on Tuesday 10th December where they helped to pack food parcels and see first-hand what the volunteers are doing for their community. They spent an hour and a half working hard packing Christmas parcels and speaking to fellow volunteers. The parcels have been possible through generous donations from companies and individuals around the Mole Valley district and will be distributed to those families who are really struggling to make ends meet.  


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