Meals on wheels service run by mother and daughter expands

Sandy Camp and her daughter, Lisa Russell, run a meals on wheels service for customers in Waveney and south Norfolk

The Hot Meal Service, run by Sandy Camp and her daughter, Lisa, serves customers across Waveney and south Norfolk - Credit: Lisa Russell

A popular meals on wheels business run by a mother and daughter team has expanded to a new town. 

Founded by Sandy Camp, the Hot Meal Service has been serving elderly customers and helping them live independently since 2011. 

Originally set up to help out those who need food in Holton, the service has opened a second kitchen

The Hot Meal Service has three kitchens across Waveney - Credit: Archant

Initially the firm operated from Holton, near Halesworth, serving the local community as well as Southwold. 

As demand increased, Ms Camp and her daughter, Lisa Russell, opened a second kitchen in Earsham - near Bungay - in 2019, followed by a third near Beccles in recent months.

And now, with more people stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, the pair have decided to expand their services by delivering in Diss as well.

Sandy said the food is "all very traditional, made with good quality ingredients from fresh and loca

The Hot Meal Service delivers food to customers across Waveney and south Norfolk - Credit: Archant

The Hot Meal Service offers a varied five-week menu and delivers food to customers' doors Monday to Friday, between midday and 1.30pm. Frozen meals are available for weekends.


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The company's flexibility means customers can decide how many days a week they would like the service.

For more information, call 01603 742373 or visit thehotmealservice.co.uk.

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