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Our Venues & where we can be located

Our Unit where you can drop any donations off to us, Prior arrangement, can be located in the below maps and pictures, please make contact before arrival as we may be out doing collections or delivering food parcels and not in the office. were are open from 9am - 1pm Mon to Fri & 9am to 12 midday Saturday,


Our Hub/Foodbank can be located in the below maps and pictures, here you can, collect free food parcels. We are open for food supplies 6 days a week from our hub. Due to Covid-19 Strict provisions are in place as per government guidelines.

We are open from 9am - 1pm Mon to Fri  - 9am - 12 midday Saturday

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We have a Café located at Prospect Place, Blake Avenue, Gillingham, KENT , ME7 1FX. Telephone orders are welcomed to have ready for collection, a delivery service is available through JUSTEATS <<<< Click here to be re-directed to our JustEat page. Why not pop in for a cuppa and a bite to eat and meet the fantastic team, we are open 7 days a week from 9am - 1pm extended opening hours are being planned but due to uncertainty of Covid, we welcome direct phone orders and collections please call 07391 022157 to order and inform us of any allergies so we can cater for you, masks and social distancing is still a necessity


We now have a rather large charity shop with low , low prices, we have all sorts of fantastic items for sale here lots of childrens items, mens, ladies, gifts, electrical goods, so if your near 1 - 5 King Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 1EY then why not pop in for a browse you never know what you will find, also next door to our charity shop we have a furniture shop with a whole range of items at low cost, all proceeds go back into the running cost of the chartity so we can sustain our free foodbank service and our other free services for anyone in need.

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We Have an Allotment at Hazelmere Drive, Gillingham, Providing an environment for those not wishing to be public-facing, but would like engaging with nature and increasing self-worth, and a safe place for people not wanting to work on the frontline, this also helps us in growing a sustainable food source for the meals we provide.

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