Kärcher UK and Reg's Café team up to spread Christmas cheer around Banbury

Two Banbury businesses team up to spread Christmas cheer delivering 200 selection boxes

By Matt Elofson
Friday, 24th December 2021, 9:39 am
Updated Friday, 24th December 2021, 9:40 am
Reg's Café & Reg's Catering owner, Alison Howe, presenting selection boxes to Banbury Town Cllr Kieron Mallon on behalf of Banbury Food for Charities. (Submitted photo)
Reg's Café & Reg's Catering owner, Alison Howe, presenting selection boxes to Banbury Town Cllr Kieron Mallon on behalf of Banbury Food for Charities. (Submitted photo)

Banbury' s Kärcher UK and Reg's Cafe partnered up to spread some Christmas cheer delivering selection boxes to those less fortunate in the local community.

A spokesperson for Kärcher UK said: "At Kärcher UK, we like to support business local to our head office in Banbury.

"While events were still being planned and activities were still taking place, at our offices we made contact with Reg's Café in the search for some beautiful selection boxes. As the world changes around us, our plans have also changed in line with restrictions to protect our employees and local community.

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"While the team at Kärcher UK were looking forward to tucking into some Christmas selection boxes, both ourselves and the team at Reg's Café felt they should be donated to the local community who deserve to feel magical at Christmas.

"In the spirit of spreading some festive cheer, Reg's Café made contact with Banbury Food for Charities and went to visit them on Friday December 17 to deliver 200 selection boxes that have been distributed to food banks, women in refuge and mental health charities around the local Banbury town."