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Food parcels contain nutrition for at least three days of healthy, balanced meals for individuals and families some for 6 days. A typical food parcel includes: Cereal Soup Pasta Rice Pasta sauce Lentils, beans and pulses Tinned meat Tinned vegetables Tea/coffee Tinned fruit Biscuits UHT milk Fruit juice We also provide essential items such as toiletries and hygiene products, […]

Thank you to all those out there who just walk in and give so generously

     We are hugely grateful to the kind folks who come in off the street  and show amazing support and generosity in donating foods. Our Foodbank over the last few months has seen soaring demand and donations such as the general public give  play a vital role in supporting our work to help people in crisis. This is a big […]

What’s it like inside a Foodbank?

    If you have caught any news over the past few years, you’ve probably heard about the rise in Foodbank use. But it’s hard to imagine what a Foodbank is really like. Well we invite people in to have a seat , a cuppa , some biscuits or and a chat. Our volunteers talk […]


Maundy Thursday – Open Salvation Army – 12 – 2.00pm   The Well Gorleston Baptist 9.30 – 12.00 Good Friday Bank Holiday Closed Easter Sunday Open St Andrews Church 2.15 – 3.30pm Easter Monday Bank Holiday Closed at The Well Gorleston and Salvation Army Herbies Tuesday St Mary Magdalen Church Open Gorleston  10 – 1.00pm All […]

Foodbanks can refer you for support.

‘If you’re struggling to afford food, please go to your local distribution point to ask which organisations can refer you for support – sometimes we all need a little bit of help to tide us over when life has thrown something unavoidable our way.’ They are designed to help people out of crisis – we often […]