As part of the EFL’s Week of Action, which showcases work done by Community Trust’s across the country, Dale player Max Clark visited the Community Food Pantry at the Crown Oil Arena.
The pantry provides free food parcels as well as offering low-cost shopping to those who need it across the Rochdale borough.
It is located on the Community Trust’s bus, which is situated behind the Smith Metals Family Stand, is open Tuesday to Thursday, 10:30am-2.30pm.
The pantry is being ran by students from the Redwood Supported Internship programme, who are based at the club throughout the week, carrying out a number of important jobs.
They spoke to the Dale defender about the pantry, keeping it stocked and the service it provides to the local community.
He then answered a number of questions from the students about his career, his time at the Dale and more.
If you, or anyone you know, would like to make use of the Community Food Pantry, ten items are available for just £3, or a voluntary contribution.
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