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Last s made up to 31 March Covid Why Essex is divided over tier 2 rules. An year-old woman who has made more than pies for the elderly and vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic has become a social media hit. Company status Active.
Companies House does not verify the accuracy of the information filed link opens a new window. Her "act of community kindness" was posted on Facebook and has been shared more than 48, times.
Company type Private limited Company Incorporated on 22 February She said she was taught to make pies by her grandmother and had been making them by hand all her life. Her son said: "I've been brought up on her pies. Modest Ms Osborne, however, said "it's not difficult esesx you're used to it".
Related Topics. Next s made up to 31 March due by 31 March There have been more than esses, comments on Mr Nicoll's post praising Ms Osborne, including ones that read "what a wonderful lady", "you're one in a million", "you are inspirational Flo" tor "absolutely incredible". To watch her make them is unreal, she sticks in lard, marg, flour in bowls, mixes it all up, cold water, bangs it out and they're done and they're perfect.
Nest said the pies were distributed among the vulnerable and elderly in the Harwich area as part of its hot meals service. Confirmation statement Next statement date 22 February due by 5 April Last statement dated 22 February Ms Osborne's son Graham said he was "so proud" of her. Next statement date 22 February due by 5 April Les Nicoll, from the charity, said on Facebook : "Every pie is made from scratch, the pastry mixed and rolled, the fruit prepared and then cooked in her tiny lookong.
Follow this company File for this company. Published 16 October Flo Osborne has been making the savoury and sweet pies from scratch in her tiny kitchen in Dovercourt for the North Essex Support Team Nest.
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