Left to right Sharif Ahmed of Eastern Cuisine, Helen Hayes MP, Alison Paule Paxton Green Time Bank, Jules Hussey Invisible Palace. Photo by Louise Haywood-Schiefer.

In April we teamed up with our friends Paxton Green Time Bank and Eastern Cuisine to provide over 60 meals a week to members of the Gipsy Hill and Kingswood communities who are isolating due to age or health, shielding, or experiencing food poverty as a result of Covid-19.

We were delighted to be joined by Helen Hayes MP and Alison Paule from Paxton Green Time Bank for deliveries on 14th May.

We've started a fundraiser to keep this work going for as long as it is needed.
In recent weeks life has changed dramatically for everyone. We hope that you are healthy and are managing to cope in these new circumstances.
Our Vicar's Oak gardening sessions are on hold until further notice in line with NHS advice.

If you happen to pass the Vicar's Oak on the way to the shops and fancy keeping an eye on the beds we'd appreciate any watering, weeding or tidying you can do whilst of course practicing social distancing.

Send us a photo to say hello and we'll share on social media or in our next newsletter.
If you would like to support Invisible Palace please consider donating to our Local Giving page
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