Soham businessman offers lawn cutting service in aid of foodbank

PUBLISHED: 12:24 24 October 2017

One of Lee's previous garden projects completed. He is now offering the lawn cutting service in aid of a local foodbank.

One of Lee's previous garden projects completed. He is now offering the lawn cutting service in aid of a local foodbank.


Lee Wiseman of Soham will be mowing laws all over Ely, Littleport and Soham to raise money for a local foodbank.

Lee along with his partner’s nephew Lewis will have a long 12 hour day ahead of them as they aim to cut as many lawns as they possibly can.

Using their own tools and time, Lee hopes give back to families and people in need of some fresh food.

Lee said: “I’ve got a big family and if anything ever happened to us, I know we would need the food bank, so I thought it’s only right”

“I’m doing it on a case to case basis. If someone can only afford £5, that’s fine. I’ve already got the tools so I’d just like to help out in any way I can.”

“Although an official date isn’t set yet, I will be sending out regular updates on our Facebook page, and if you’ve booked with me I’ll let you know the dates.”

“If I could help at least one family eat well tonight, then in my eyes we’ve done well”

If you’d like to give to charity and have your lawn cut at the same time, call Lee on: 07761648692 or message his Facebook page:


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