Tom Kerridge’s Meals for Marlow scheme is now delivering over 1,150 meals a day.

Set up by the celebrity chef at the start April, volunteers from all over South Bucks have given up their time to deliver the dishes to the needy, vulnerable and elderly.

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These volunteers include members of Marlow Town Council, who are delivering up to 120 meals to vulnerable residents and schools locally.

The scheme provides meals to healthcare workers in local hospitals (Wycombe, Wexham Park, Frimley Park, Stoke Mandeville, St Marks), plus frontline workers and the vulnerable and deserving members of Marlow and surrounding areas.

Mayor of Marlow Richard Scott said: “The town council continues to support Meals from Marlow and we’re delighted to see that 20,000 meals have now been delivered.

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“This is a fantastic effort from everyone involved, and I’d like to offer particular thanks to the Pub in the Park team and Tom Kerridge for this brilliant initiative, and his generosity and hard work.

“Along with a big shout-out to all those volunteers who have stepped forward to help, this has really brought the community together.

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“With a little more funding there will be enough to supply meals until the end of May, so please help by donating.”