Deliver food those who are in need
Councillors are helping to provide "first-class, three-course" meals to vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cathryn McCollum, who runs the service alongside Honiton Rugby Club Kitchen, said four town councillors and one from East Devon District Council have been "peeling potatoes and vegetables, and delivering to people in need"
The three-course hot meals are being handed to homeless people as well as NHS workers who have not had time to go shopping for groceries or cook.
Ms McCollum said one person who received the food messaged her to say thank you for the "first-class, three-course" meal consisting of a broccoli soup, roast beef dinner and a black cherry sponge.
The Shri Guru Ravidass Sabha in bedford.
The Shri Guru Ravidass Sabha in Bedford delivered 100 hot meals to members of the East of England Ambulance Service at its sites in Bedford and Kempston.
The religious group has said it will continue "every day throughout this difficult period, in order to help support those who are tirelessly working in our NHS".
"This is a small token of our appreciation", it said.