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Stapleford Community Super Kitchen, Another Huge Success.  

28th August 2016 Dig-in Community Allotment, Latest News, Local Businesses, New Stapleford Community Centre, Stapleford Community Group Tags: , , , , , , , , , 0 Comments

The Stapleford Super Kitchen was a huge success earlier today. 

The event was part of the local Super Kitchen Network which uses donated food which would otherwise be destroyed and end up in landfill sites. 

We would also like to thank Dig-In Community Allotment and Bramcote Farm Shop who donated Food for the meals. 

Of course none of this would have been possible if it wasn’t for the excellent work of the brilliant Pulp Friction CIC and of course the Volunteers from Stapleford who came to help too. 

We were joined by Miss Teen Galaxy Nottingham 2016/17 Emily Redfern, who said:-

“Today I’ve made an appearance at The Super Kitchen which is hosted by Stapleford Community Group.

I’ve helped to prep the food, welcomed the community in, served the food out to the guests and most importantly cleared up.

I feel blessed to be part of such an amazing community who gather together even on the bank holiday weekend.

During this event I was able to share my pageant knowledge to both the younger generation and old generation, in which both seemed intrigued in what pageant girls get up to daily.”

United Kingdom Galaxy Pageants Pageant Girl – UK Pageant Organisers Stapleford Community Group.

Stapleford Community Group are now going to look into organising these sessions on a more regular basic as there is such a need for this kind of event. 

It was great to see so many people not only enjoying a nice meal but also chatting together and making new friends too. 

The Stapleford Super Kitchen was definitely “Bringing Unity To The Community”today and we would like to thank the New Stapleford Community Centre for allowing us the use of the hall. 

 

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