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Feeding the frontline

Organised by Rob Garbutt from LunarGreen (who donated £2,000 to start the programme off) and subway franchisee Rachael King, The Big NHS Lunch Box with Subway has been launched to take care of our hardworking frontline NHS staff. The programme basically asks for donations which are used to purchase ingredients at cost price, where they are made up into as many 6″ Subs and cookies/snacks at Rachael’s Subway store at Summerfield in Wilmslow.

From there they are delivered by volunteers to a growing list of Greater Manchester hospitals.

The sandwiches are freshly prepared daily under the strictest food safety protocols and are
individually wrapped and labelled. As the store has effectively been closed to the public it is a fantastic use of the kitchen facilities that otherwise would have been unused.

Rob Garbutt said: “We greatly value support from the local business community as well as individual donations and we’re currently looking for sponsorship to ensure many more NHS front line staff have delicious subway food. Make sure your company is affiliated with such a great cause!”

To find out more or to get involved take a look on www.thebignhslunchbox.co.uk or contact Rob on rob@thebignhslunchbox.co.uk  07539 069 115

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