OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

 

 

In line with the directives from the Government regarding the response to Covid-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision to continue to operate Cranleigh Food Bank and our next session will be:

Friday 17th of July

 

from 09:00 to 11:00 

 

In order to protect our volunteers from the spread of COVID-19, we will operate with the minimum personnel and will avoid contact with all clients.

 

To obtain a voucher, please EMAIL any of the agencies if at all possible – CAB, Health Centre, Schools, etc… - otherwise, please contact us by email.  We would prefer to deliver the food parcel – to be left on the doorstep - in order to avoid contact however, if you must come, we ask clients to come to Foodbank via St-James Place (the front door will be locked) where we will ask that you stand 2m apart along the road – we will fill one voucher at the time and leave the parcel on the steps where you will be able to collect.  Please note that there will be access to the building, under no circumstances (no water, no toilet, etc…). 

 

Thanks to your donations, we are in need of the following:

 

SUGAR, JAM, TINNED FRUITS, TINNED FISH,

BISCUITS, DESERTS AND HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS

Please note that we cannot accept donations of fresh produce so please do not leave any perishable items in the donation boxes.

Stay safe!

 

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Demonstrating God's love by providing food, support and a listening ear

to people in need in Cranleigh

and the surrounding villages.

Food & Support
 
Hosted by the Baptist Church, the Food Bank is open
from 10am - 12pm on the
1st, 3rd and 5th FRIDAY
of every month
Listening Ear
We also run, alongside the Food Bank, a Drop-in Cafe!
Join us for free tea, coffee, cake and a chat...

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