Lords Larder

Chaffcombe has supported the Lords Larder in Chard for some time now. Starting several years ago with the proceeds of the annual raffle in the Village Hall after the Carol Service, and for the last year or so with a food box which is in the Church. They are always very grateful for what the village does. If anyone has any spare tins etc please put them in the church lobby.  This is ongoing – a full box goes into Chard about once a month.


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