BBC report on Skipchen’s mission to Lesbos to set up a field kitchen – funded by Help Refugees

BBC Bristol has this report on the lovely Skipchen volunteers heading to Lesbos to set up a field kitchen –

Bristol volunteers to set up Greek island kitchen to help feed refugees

A group of anti-food waste campaigners are travelling to a Greek Island to help cook hot meals for refugees heading for Europe.

The Skipchen volunteers have been funded by the Help Refugees group to build a field kitchen in Lesbos.

They picked up an old police van, nicknamed Iffy, and are travelling by road visiting the Calais migrant camp en-route to Greece.

Previously they ran a pop-up cafe in Bristol using unwanted food.

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