Barton Community Larder


The Larder runs every Tuesday from the sports hall at the Neighbourhood Centre between 2.00pm & 7.00pm.Open to everyone regardless of income. If Jeff Bezos lived in the Barton/OX3 area, he would be welcome too!Please wear a face covering and practise social distancing both inside and outside.The individual membership of a £14 per month direct debit gives you access to 10 food items & some fruit & veg per week, the family membership of a £28 per month direct debit gives you access to 20 food items & some fruit & veg per week.We cannot accept payment on the day, you MUST pay through direct debit.There is a one off £10 joining fee.Bring your own bags.Barton Community Association membership is available to some larder members, usually after a qualifying period. We are offering those who are both Larder and BCA members with an OX3 postcode extra items from BCA stock. Currently this is 5 extra items. Sometimes bread is available but not guaranteed.We offer a Pick, Pack & Collect service for those who don’t wish to come into the building or who need to send someone (or a taxi) to collect on their behalf. Please get in touch if this is of interest to you.You need to sign up here - you are struggling with signing up, we can do it on the day providing you bring your bank details with you.As usual, any questions please get in touch with Sue either on 07866 460446 or Community Larder really is the best thing since sliced bread!

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