Harrow School announced today that it is working with London’s Community Kitchen, local voluntary sector partners and stakeholders on an exciting new project with The School Farm during a visit by Their Majesties The King Charles III and The Queen Consort to Harrow.
The School will work with local partners to ensure that many people are supported by the farm’s activities, continuing its commitment to use its estate for the benefit of the community. It will work to develop a vast range of services and activities that can be offered from a vibrant, working farm environment.
During their visit to London’s Community Kitchen, Their Majesties were met by Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa and The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan before visiting the Paddington Garden, The Paddington Trail and the Harrow Farm to meet volunteers and students.
Head Master, Alastair Land, at the meeting with His Majesty The King Charles III, said: “We are thrilled to continue to support our partners throughout our community and to extend our existing partnership work.”
London’s Community Kitchen was founded in 2014 and works with the most vulnerable communities across London. It is supported by a network of dedicated volunteers and distributes up to 60 tonnes of surplus food to local communities serving over 10,000 people every week from its hub in Harrow.