THE Wrexham Outreach Team is completely overwhelmed by donation made by M&S cafe after its closure last weekend.

Wrexham residents were devastated to hear that the M&S cafe in Eagles Meadow closed last weekend ahead of the store closure on November 30.

The Leader:

To prevent food waste, the cafe kindly donated its remaining goods to the Wrexham Outreach Team, a group of like minded friends helping those in need.

The non-profit organisation was "really overwhelmed" by the generosity of their friends who worked for M&S cafe. 

An outreach team spokesperson said: "These donations are so much more than just food handed out, it's the smile and the chat along with the food.

"The clothing donations really do save lives and makes people feel remembered and thought about and cared about, and to be honest we all need a bit of that in our lives."

M&S provided cakes, crisps and treats to be served up alongside the hot and freshly prepared meals by Rowena Jones.


Michelle Hughes, Rudy Oosh and Nic Parry also contributed to the evening. 

On Facebook, an M&S spokesperson said: "As part of our commitment to make sure no food goes to waste, our fabulous colleague Paula made sure the food from our café went to a brilliant local cause! Wrexham outreach team

"We're so pleased everyone enjoyed the donations, especially the cakes!"

The M&S Cafe in Eagles Meadow closed on November, 4 ahead of the store closure later this month. A new foodhall will open in Plas Coch's Retail Park on December 1.