Polymer Logistics has donated Wood Look Display units and trays to Charity Number 7 Birkenhead, part of Feeding Britain. The official opening of the new Citizens' Supermarket in Birkenhead along with the Number 7 Cafe premises was marked by the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Birkenhead is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside.
The official opening of the new Citizens' Supermarket in Birkenhead along with the Number 7 Cafe premises was marked by the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Feeding Birkenhead is a coalition of churches, food banks, community groups, and other organisations working together to eliminate hunger in Birkenhead. The supermarket enables local families to buy their weekly shopping at a discounted price, and provides advice and advocacy on benefits, looking for work, debt, budgeting, and cooking. The group is part of Feeding Britain, an independent charity working to combat hunger and food poverty in the UK.
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“What a wonderful start for our Citizens' Supermarket with Harry and Meghan officially opening the premises,” Feeding Britain said in a tweet celebrating the Royal visit.
“Polymer Logistics strives to help food banks as part of our community programme,” commented Adrian Dale, Managing Director of Polymer Logistics UK. “Our Wood Look Display and Crates help create a farm fresh experience for shoppers, and we are happy to contribute to the efforts of Feeding Birkenhead and other food bank initiatives in the UK.”