During the outbreak of COVID-19, many vulnerable people are relying on foodbanks to keep them going. One of the new initiatives is to support food banks in and around within a five miles radius of West Bridgford.
There are currently 5 key volunteers who are responsible for collecting donations for their respective food banks – Clifton Ng11, The Meadows, The Friary in West Bridgford, Sneinton and Grace Church at Castle Boulevard.
Here is a list of Nottingham Foodbanks that have shortages and need your help:
NG11 FOOD BANK- Clifton, Hope Church and St
Francis’ Church, Farnborough Road, Clifton, Nottingham, NG11 8JX
• Small jars of coffee
• Tinned tomatoes
• Tinned fruit
• All toiletries
They help people from all areas and if someone does not have a good voucher, they can call them up and speak to them or go online to http://cliftonng11.foodbank.org.uk
The Friary– 46, Musters Road, West
Bridgford, NG2 7PR.
• Dried Milk powder
• Cereal Bars
• Non perishable food items
Meadows food bank– Bridgeway Centre,Meadows,Nottingham,NG2 2JD.
Delivery address: Arkwright Walk North. NG2 2HN, next to Crocus
Fields Children’s Centre.
Food bank times – Friday 10 to 12 pm
Contact person – Hope Nottingham.
• Longlife milk
• Small packets of sugar
• Tins of meat and fish
• Toilet paper
Ng7 Grace Church –1, Castle Boulevard, NG7 1FT
struggling to fill shelves
• Tinned food
• Long life milk
• Shampoo, gels
• Baby milk
• Toilet paper
• Soap, hand gel, hand wash, hand sanitizer
Hope Nottingham covering Sneinton, Carlton,
Gedling, Netherfield, Alfreton, Bilborough, Broxtowe, Wollaton, Aspley,
Stapleford,Chilwell, Bilborough and Meadows.
Sneinton area is currently struggling for food supplies and any non perishable items will be welcome.
• Tined fruit
• Tinned vegetables
• Long life fruit juice
• Bottles of dilute squash
• Tinned rice pudding
• Bags of sugar
• Tinned potatoes
• Instant mash potatoes
For anyone who wants to donate, can join the West Bridgford Community Helpers Facebook group or email email@example.com.