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3rd Van on the road

Thanks to funding from Crerar Hotels Trust, Food Train in Stirling now have an additional van on the road with capacity to deliver to another 83 older people. Seen below is the van ready to go out on its first scheduled route, taking its place alongside our other two vans and volunteers on delivery duties for the day.  Thanks also to Erskine Cunningham Hill Trust, Edinburgh for providing funds to kit the van ready for the road and to Onestop Motor Engineers who helped us source and mechanically inspect it.

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Morning Shoppers Urgently Required

Food Train is an award winning local charity providing services to older people.  We presently need shopping volunteers to help in the Co-op in Annan on Thursday mornings from 8am – 9.30am.


If you are free then and can help please contact the office at 2-4 Bank Street, Annan or call 01461 207778

The Food Train Ltd. Company Number 158165 is a company registered in Scotland.
The registered office of The Food Train Ltd is 30 Castle Street, Dumfries, DG1 1DU.


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Car Boot Sale Boosts Funds

A charity car boot sale held today raised £407.99 from the sale of goods donated by volunteers, customers and friends of Food Train!  This is a great boost to our fundraising activities which will help us sustain and expand the service in Stirlingshire.  A big thank you to everyone who donated goods and to all those volunteers who were up at the crack of dawn to help mann the stall.  Luckily we were under cover so attracted a lot of attention from buyers when the heavens opened and everyone rushed for cover!  Thanks also to the organisers on the day for letting us 'spill over' into another stall area due to the volume of bric a brac we had to sell. Volunteers who stepped up and showed off their selling skills were Margaret Cassidy, Charlie Lennox, Eleanor Phillips, Elizabeth Mackinnon and John Thow along with staff members Angela Edgar and Fran Thow.

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