The Marks & Spencer branch in Marlow is looking for charities and community groups across the town to join its food redistribution scheme.

Since 2015, the supermarket has worked with its food redistribution partner, Neighbourly, to donate surplus food to charities and community groups.

And with the pandemic showing no signs of stopping, the shop on Spittal Street want people to get involved and help donate their unwanted food to the needy and vulnerable.

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Additionally, M&S and Neighbourly created an app at the start of this year to help surplus food reach those in need of a meal.

The app is in all 585 M&S stores.

John Turner, M&S Home Counties Head of Region said “We’re extremely proud of our food redistribution programme with Neighbourly that helps provide meals for those in need in our local communities.

“Across our region, there are lots of successful partnerships but with the launch of the app we’re able and eager to do more, so we are looking for charities to come forward to partner with our stores to help us redistribute the surplus.”

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Across the county, more than 35,000 meals have been donated to charities and community groups since the scheme began – with more than 5million meals being donated across the UK since March 1.

If you would like to take part in the scheme, email to find out more.