26 November 2019, 15:48 PM
  • The shop is celebrating 100 years with a special project
The Gog Farm Shop gives back to local community

The Gog Farm Shop in Cambridge is celebrating 100 years in business by giving back to the local community with its ‘100 Good Gog Things’. The project is a way for the shop to say thank you to customers and to make a difference within the area, and is running from now until September 2020. The list includes:

 One free shop for one lucky customer each month
 Donating activity sheets to the children’s wards at the hospital and local schools
 Recycling all their coffee waste to be turned into heating logs
 Switching from plastic to glass milk bottles for all their retail milk
 Planting 12 new fruit trees to create a new orchard at the farm
 Hosting a meatball month supper raising money to deliver life change experiences for young people with life limiting muscle dystrophy
 Supporting Kids out Giving tree this Christmas
 Donating a Christmas tree to St Andrew Church in Stapleford

Marcus Bradford, operations director, says, “We are a family business, and wanted to say thank you to our local community for supporting us and helping us over the years. It is really important to give back, and it’s really nice to good things for your community and the environment.”

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