Huge congratulations go to Jess Sneyd and The Real Junk Food Project

Huge congratulations go to Jess Sneyd and The Real Junk Food Project, who’s fundraising campaign was a great success. Raising £10,720, they gathered over £3,000 through crowdfunding alone, which was then matched by both Plymouth City Council and Plutus PowerGen, allowing the project to begin the great move out of Jess’ house and into their new premises at Adrenalin Quarry.
Though there’s no cooker installed quite yet, they do have a brand new walk-in freezer, something that might have been a little bit obstructive in her house! The move hasn’t slowed the Project down at all, and they have 15 events coming up this month alone.