Selfless Northampton pub landlady turned charity founder finalist for prestigious Pride of Britain award

A Northampton pub landlady who formed a charity during lockdown has been named as a finalist for a prestigious Pride of Britain award.

Teresa McCarthy-Dixon runs the Swan & Helmet in Grove Road, which she used as a food bank for families in need during the pandemic.

After realising how great the need was, Teresa went on to set up a charity – The McCarthy-Dixon Foundation, which offers meals to schools and food packages, helps with home renovations, runs groups for older people and much more.

TMDF gold heart

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