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Enormous thanks also to: Ayres Bakery, The Begging Bowl, Beyond Food & Brigade, Bloody Good Period, Brindisa, Copleston Church & Centre, The Dulwich Diverter, Dulwich Hamlet FC, Franco Manca, Franklins, Funnel Support Network, Jealous Gallery, Jones Bros, Jones of Brockley, Organic Village, Oru Space, Nunhead Knocks, Pale Green Dot, Poached, Rush Group, St. George the Martyr, Sopers, Southwark Council, Timothy Taylor Gallery and William Rose Butchers. 

 Particularly size 5 and 6 nappies & baby wipes 

Cleaning products
Bleach, surface cleaner, washing up liquid, washing powder & loo roll


Sanitary pads, tampons, shampoo,
shower gel, razors & toothpaste

Dried goods

Pasta, rice, flour, instant coffee, teabags & biscuits

Cooking oil

Mayonnaise, ketchup & jam


Soups, chopped/plum tomatoes, tuna, sardines, mackerel, corned beef, baked beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, peaches & rice pudding

The Albrighton Community Fridge was set up by the Albrighton Community Centre in 2018 to reduce food waste among local food retailers and support the surrounding community by providing small food items at no charge.  It is a part of the Hubbub Community Fridge Network

In March 2020, the centre became a Covid-Food Hub and the Community Fridge ramped up with more volunteers, longer opening hours, and a much wider range of goods. Today the fridge provides food and other essentials to an average of 350 households per week — that’s a total of over 900 adults and more than 450 children. The fridge offers fresh fruit and vegetables, hot meals, frozen meat, bread, tinned goods and a limited selection of toiletries and sanitary products. 

The fridge is open from 1pm to 3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. It is staffed by volunteers and relies on donations of food and money from individuals, local groups and businesses. While demand is increasing week on week, donations are dwindling as businesses and local residents hit hard times themselves. 

How can you help?

1.Donate food

You can drop off items at 
Albrighton Community Fridge 
37 Albrighton Road, London SE22 8AH 

any weekday from 10am-3pm.

We always need

It works best if you are able to donate several of the same item e.g. six tins of baked beans is more useful than six mixed tins. We are can decant bulk items - a big sack of rice or pasta feeds many.

2. JustGiving

 Donate to our JustGiving page or donate £5 straight away by texting LKXB01 to 70970 

3.  Put us in touch with local businesses 

We work with some amazing local supermarkets, restaurants and charities including the teams at:

For more information please email Megan at:

4.  Volunteer

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