Our Green Credentials.
Our chefs source many of our ingredients locally and use seasonal fruit and fresh vegetables grown and donated from local allotments in Sherborne and the surrounding area.
We support local shopkeepers and suppliers ensuring that our carbon footprint remains as small as possible and keeping the Kitchen environmentally friendly in the community.
Balanced fresh meals are prepared making use of local facilities. Our waste is kept to a minimum; even our food containers can be returned to be high temperature washed and recycled.
Sherborne Community Kitchen always guarantees that our processes remain environmentally friendly where possible, meals are always prepared fresh to ensure that they retain a balanced diet and any dietary requirements are met. We ensure all packaging is safely and responsibly recycled. You can find out more about our ethos, who we are and what we do by navigating through our website.
Nominated for Community Food & Drink Initiative Award
Dorset Food, Drink & Farming Awards 2020 ~ Finalist
Hosted by Dorset Magazine, the Food, Drink & Farming Awards are to celebrate the "local food and drink firmly on the map and encourage its growth within our fantastic region." We're currently a finalist and want to express our greatest thanks for those who nominated us for this prestigious award.
We always strive to provide an excellent service for vulnerable and elderly living in and around Sherborne who require meals. We hope to keep you updated with the results of this nomination. You can read up more on the latest charity news on our newsletter webpage.
Our Grant Makers.
We're very fortunate to receive grants from the local authority and government, you can find out more about them here.
Sheborne Community Kitchen would also like to Blackmore Vale Lions for their extended support throughout the pandemic.