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Slapton Foodbank Collection point receives just short of 200 donated items since launch

With 256 non perishable food and other items donated and £10 in cash since its launch on Monday 20th April, the Slapton Foodbank collection point is working hard to provide resources to our local foodbanks during this difficult time.

The donations have been split equally between Dartmouth and Kingsbridge foodbanks and are very kindly being taken each week by CSG volunteers Steve and Vanessa who are part of the management team at the campsite and Matt who lives in the parish. Click here to view the team at work.

Our local foodbanks do so much more than provide food, such as emergency top-ups for mobile phones and key meters, providing a listening ear with practical help to access help with rent, council tax arrears, claiming benefits and signposting to information.

Should you wish to make a contribution, no matter how large or small, read the useful guides below which list what non perishable items are required, how to donate much needed cash and an overview of their services.

More information on our local foodbanks:

  • Click here to read and print the foodbank shopping list
  • Click here to read how to donate money
  • Click here to read about the services of our local foodbanks
Food Bank Drop of Point Opening Hours located at Slapton Village Hall:
  • Monday: 1pm - 3pm
  • Thursday: 10am - 12pm

Thank you everyone for your continued support, it is really helping to make a difference and a massive thank you also from both our Foodbanks.

Julie Hinder, Chair Slapton Parish Council

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