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Devon foodbanks receive share of £9,000 donation from leading housebuilder

Authored by Mary

Northern Devon Foodbank and CHAT (Churches Housing Action Team) Foodbank in Tiverton have been given £1,000 each by a leading housebuilder to help carry out their work as communities continue to feel the impact of the coronavirus crisis.

Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, who are developing Braid Park in Tiverton and Tarka Ridge and Raleigh Holt outside Barnstaple, have stepped in...

Plymouth donates 6,600 meals to help feed people in need this Christmas

Authored by News Desk

Shoppers in Plymouth demonstrated their generosity earlier this month, by donating 6,600 meals to foodbank charity The Trussell Trust and food redistribution charity FareShare for Tesco’s Neighbourhood Food Collection.

The Neighbourhood Food Collection runs in all Tesco stores across the country, to collect vital store cupboard essential foods, such as rice, tea, tinned meat and UHT...

Support your local Foodbank

Authored by Mary

Plymouth City Council is encouraging local people to support their Foodbank.

Plymouth Foodbank in Manor Street, Stonehouse, is part of the Trussell Trust network of Foodbanks, and aims to help people with much needed food and also a listening ear and useful advice. They rely on people’s donations and regular food collections are obtained from local community groups, businesses and...

Royal William Yard is supporting Plymouth Food Bank this Christmas

Authored by Mary

Plymouth Food Bank is once again appealing for food donations this winter to help those most in need.

The charity provides help for local individuals and families in crisis, who may not be able to support themselves or their family with the bare essentials such as food. The Royal William Yard will be supporting this food drive and welcomes the Food Bank to collect food donations...

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