Belmont Forum Miss Maud’s old kitchen equipment given to The Bridge Inc in Victoria Park


Volunteer Colin Gibson with Maud Edmiston (Miss Maud) and The Bridge centre manager Joan Sutherland.
Volunteer Colin Gibson with Maud Edmiston (Miss Maud) and The Bridge centre manager Joan Sutherland.

A CLOVERDALE coffee house’s old kitchen equipment is set to make a difference for disadvantaged locals.

The opening of a new Miss Maud shop in Belmont Forum has coincided with The Bridge Inc opening a centre in Victoria Park.

Maud Edmiston said the timing was serendipitous, and will result in the ultimate in recycling and repurposing to assist people in need.

Manager of The Bridge Joan Sutherland said the donation meant the charity could put the rest of its plans in to place to open their kitchen and dining room to feed people in need.

“The variety of kitchen fixtures is a very generous gesture from Miss Maud, which will be long rewarded by the hope and encouragement our cafe will offer to disadvantaged people, many of whom face financial hardships and health issues,” Ms Sutherland said.

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