Following the closure of the Clock Tower CafÃ© at Sewerby Hall and Gardens this week, staff were left with a range of stock which was about to go out of date. The team at the cafe have donated all of the food to the Kingfisher Trust cafÃ© on West Street in Bridlington, which provides free hot meals for the homeless.
However, the cafÃ© team still have 45 four-litre bottles of milk dated 26 and 27 March, and they wish to give them away to other local organisations. If any organisation in the area would like to come to collect milk, they should either message the Sewerby Hall and Gardens facebook page, or email email@example.com
Marie Gascoigne, general manager, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said : "I am delighted that we have been able to put food to good use which would otherwise have gone to waste. I hope that the milk will also prove useful to other local organisations."
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