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The Wiggly Worm

Rob Rees, aka The Cotswold Chef, started a fab charity called The Wiggly Worm. It's is a charity that exists to improve health, well-being and self-esteem amongst the vulnerable, disadvantaged or seldom heard. 

Van the man

And they have bought this specialist converted 1970's Citroen H Van, which looks totally wonderful. And the great news for Cirencester folk is that it will be mostly seen in the Abbey Grounds, Cirencester between 10am-4pm from Tuesday to Saturday. Amazing.

Wiggly Worm Street Food van

Here is some more from their website:

It is no ordinary street food truck though!

Wiggly Worm Street Food van

The truck will help support our clients with work experience and the chance to gain in confidence during the day and then, in the evenings and cold winter days, will be working as a Food Poverty Pop Up in areas of the county where we know people need regular, hot, good, nutritious food to grow.

Wiggly Worm Street Food team

The street food menus are global tastes and flavours, utilising the best of local and ethical food as much as possible. They embrace our values on good health. The food poverty pop up will need your support, and with each hot meal estimated to cost £2, we value your donations and volunteering.

Wiggly Worm Street Food menu

So head down now to the Abbey Grounds for some yummy, fresh food cooked with TLC by some great people for a truly inspiring charity. It's win, win, win, win, yum.

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