Support Caring in Bristol this Christmas with an order from The Community Farm

Support Caring in Bristol this Christmas with an order from The Community Farm

Posted on: 25 Nov 2020

Feed family and friends and support a dedicated Bristol charity.


The Community Farm have launched their organic fruit and veg boxes for this year's festive season, delivering fresh, quality produce to addresses across Bristol, Bath, Chew Valley, Frome and Weston-super-Mare.


For the third year in a row, The Community Farm are giving customers the option to donate to Caring at Christmas, a project set up by Caring in Bristol, as part of their order.


The team, based in Chew Magna, have made some special additions to their selection of fruit and veg boxes, allowing people to give £3 on top of the cost of a fresh fruit or veg box.



Run annually by Caring in Bristol, Caring at Christmas 2020 was launched in early November with The Little City That Can, an animated short film exploring how Bristol and Bristolians can come together to provide for people in need.


The project aims to support people affected by homelessness this winter, providing shelter, meals, support services, health checks and a vital sense of community for hundreds of people in Bristol over the festive period.


Worsening weather conditions and a lack of resources make winter especially difficult for homeless people and rough sleepers, but the coming weeks are expected to be among the toughest yet as a growing number of people are impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.



The Community Farm's organic fruit and veg boxes are the perfect way to introduce yourself to proper seasonal eating, ensuring only the finest, responsibly-grown produce makes it onto your dinner table this Christmas.


With each purchase you'll be enjoying fresh, tasty crops that are better for you and kinder to the environment than supermarket produce, supporting farmers and the local economy in the process.


For more information, to browse a full menu and to place an order in support of Caring at Christmas, head to the Community Farm website.

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