During the first Covid 19 lockdown, in May 2020, BBL Community Land Trust launched its Bradley Food 2 Go project offering support to vulnerable residents and key workers in the Bradley and Hodge House areas of Nelson. Funded by Bradley Big Local Partnership and the Community Foundation for Lancashire, Bradley Food 2 Go offered a free takeaway meal each Friday evening to people who were struggling to get out and about or had been severely financially impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Trust also wanted to recognise the contribution made by key workers who are continuing to provide vital services to the community. Those key workers who live in the area or whose workplace is here can also enjoy a free takeaway! We couldn't have done all this, however, without the help of local hot food businesses. Meals were kindly supplied by Chief's Health Kitchen, Al Noor House, Revive Cafe, Samosa Hut, Holts Fish & Chips and Alfie's - all at a discounted cost. And let's not forget our volunteer delivery driver, Waqas Arshad (Chair of BBL Community Land Trust) who made g sure the food got to all the addresses on the list.