A pop-up cafe that sells food saved from the supermarket has found a permanent site.

The volunteer-run Random Cafe operate six days a week at locations around Watford, asking customers to pay however much they feel the food is worth.

Founder and owner Jane Johnson found a site in Vicarage Road last year and wanted to raise £10,000 to clean and refurbish the shop.

But Ms Johnson said unfortunately she wasn't able to secure the site but instead has now found a permanent site at The Meriden Gardens.

She said: "We have been looking for a full time permanent home for three years and we've finally found one.

"The site has been offered to us by a local housing trust at an incredibly low rent but has been neglected for over a year and need some serious love."

She has now launched a fundraiser in order to build a multi-use community building, which will include a cafe area. The new build would be used to host a range of classes, courses and events for the community.

Ms Johnson also intends to refit one of the garages into an accessible toilet and changing area as well as renew the gardens into a community garden.

Volunteers have been working with young people from The Princes Trust to clear out the garden and they're planning to plant fruit trees, flowers and raised vegetable beds which will supply food for the cafe.

She added: "We're proud of our success over the last three years - we've save more than 50 tonnes of food from landfill.

"But relying on pop-up venues with pricey hire charges limits what we can do because we can only open once a week and have no permanent storage.

"We’ve secured the support of a local construction company to lay the foundations and build the basic shell of a building.

"We’d then aim to get local tradespeople, suppliers, supporters and volunteers to donate their time and skills to help us complete the build."

To support the fundraiser go to https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/.