Tom Kerridge’s Meals for Marlow scheme is continuing its mission in helping the vulnerable in the town, as they delivered hot food to the Cliveden Manor Care Home.

The team of volunteers arrived on Bank Holiday Monday and gave 150 meals to the care home’s staff members, to say thank you for all the hard work they have done, and are still doing, during the ongoing pandemic.

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Cliveden Manor’s client liaison manager Sarah Loveday said: "Our team has been delighted each time we get the call saying that they would like to deliver 150 meals and desserts to us, to share between the care homes in Marlow.

“The meals are all delivered here to us, and we count out those for the other homes.

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The Cliveden Manor Care Home in Marlow

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The meals being delivered at the care home

“Our meals are stored so each member of staff on duty has a choice of what they would like to take home.

“I then take the meals to nearby Meadowside Residential Care Home and then Sir Aubrey Ward House in Marlow town centre.

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“We already have a strong relationship with both homes, and this has really helped us all feel part of the same wider community team.

“Today (Bank Holiday Monday) everyone enjoyed chicken & pearl barley stew or Quorn tikka with basmati rice, followed by a lovely creamy yogurt dessert.

“Thank you once again Meals from Marlow for thinking of Marlow’s care homes.”

The Meals for Marlow initiative was launched at the beginning of April and so far, £176,669 has been raised through the scheme's Go Fund Me page.

To donate and help the vulnerable, elderly, and the needy receive hot food in Marlow and the surrounding areas, click here.