The BIG Kitchen Cupboard Clearout

Find out more and get involved in Sustainable Merton’s
The BIG Kitchen Cupboard Clearout!

Merton Community Fridge Manager – Jude King, Mayor of Merton – Councillor Joan Henry, Sustainable Merton CEO – Diana Sterck

The #KitchenCupboardClearout is asking people and businesses to donate unwanted kitchen and bathroom cupboard items to Merton’s Community Fridge to reduce waste and to help the community.

With the cost of living crisis these items are desperately needed!

Did you know that rice, tins and jars are still good 3 years after their Best Before date?  You can now donate good quality but unwanted kitchen and bathroom cupboard items to Merton’s Community Fridge by joining the BIG Kitchen Cupboard Clearout.

So clear out your cupboards, head down to the Community Fridge, take a selfie with what you are donating and tell your followers to also join the #KitchenCupboardClearout! 

Do you want to find out more about Sustainable Merton’s Community Fridge? The project was featured on Channel 5 News – You can watch it HERE.

Community Fridge Opening Times

The Community fridge is open for donations:

  • Mondays 3:30pm – 5pm
  • Wednesdays 10am – 6pm

Community Fridge Address

@Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden, SM45BL – carpark entrance on Grassmere avenue.

How to become a Clear-out Coordinator

If you want to get more involved, why not become a Clear-out Coordinator and collect donations for your street, school or business? 

Contact Sustainable Merton if you require a collection or deliver direct – to get involved fill out the form online HERE or email

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