A warm welcome and hot food for those struggling to make ends meet
HOW YOU CAN HELP
It’s only with your support that The Larder can continue to help those who need us. Every donation we receive goes a long way, by providing those who come to us in need with a hot meal, food essentials, a shower, somewhere to wash their clothes and someone to chat to.
We are very grateful for the generosity of local people who give us food, clothes and their time, but we still need your help. Your gift today, will mean that we can help more people in need tomorrow.
Laurence's Larder provides a warm welcome and fresh food for those who struggle to make ends meet in our community and beyond.
We are open every Thursday from 11am to 1.30pm to anyone in need - no referral needed.
We currently provide take away hot meals and a food parcel for guests to take home.
We also have clothes washing facilities and a shower as well as a clothes bank available during our opening hours.
People of all faiths, and none, are welcome.
The larder, which is a registered charity (1185983), is managed by Sarah Akinwunmi who can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are we?
St Laurence's Larder is in the refectory (dining room) of Christ Church with St Laurence Brondesbury, on the corner of Willesden Lane and Christchurch Avenue, London NW6 7BG. Thursdays, 11am to 1.30pm
The entrance for the larder is in Christchurch Avenue.
169 Willesden Lane, London, NW6 7BG
LARDER IS OPEN FOR TAKEAWAYS
Following our successful re-opening of Laurence's Larder on 17 September - for take-out meals only - we are continuing the service under the new restrictions but will no longer be serving hot food. This followed a detailed assessment to ensure we were taking all suitable precautions. We are currently offering the take-out service one day a week, on Thursdays.