Food Needs – July 3rd, 2017

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We’ve had a look at our shelves and we are in need of the items listed below: Carrots Coffee / Decaf Coffee Desserts Fish Jam Juices Meat Soup Milk / Soya Milk Rice Sauces Sugar Tinned Fruit Tinned Vegetables Toilet Roll Tomato Vegetable Soup Vegan Foods Any donation is much appreciated and can be dropped […]

Food Needs – June 26th, 2017

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We’ve had a look at our shelves and we are in need of the items listed below: Carrots Coffee Meat Soups Mixed Vegetables Pulses Spaghetti Sauces & Pasta Sauces Vegetable Soup Any donation is much appreciated and can be dropped off at any of our collection points listed here. If you’re not able to drop […]

Christmas Fair

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Come along to our Christmas Fair on the 26th November. Pic up some Christmas presents, relax in our café and know that you have helped feed someone this Christmas.

Fun Run 2015

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Cllr Stuart Emmerson had mapped the Fun Run for June. I was translating this into a document that could be handed out to the participants to show where to run etc. After a few mistakes and concerns that I was telling people to turn left, when I meant turn right. I decided to go out […]

Eat or Heat Sponsored Slim

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Hi everyone I will start my diet from Monday 6th April 2015 and continue to Friday 25th September 2015. My only goal is to lose as much weight as I can, (sensibly), by the end date. This is where I will publish my weekly weight loss. Help me lose weight and at the same time […]

Please Read… Terrible Stats

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There were 66 Foodbanks in 2010 There are 421 Foodbanks in 2015 There were 900,000 food parcels given out last year 700,000 people on zero hour contracts £500 billion government borrowing since 2010 (more than the previous government) £12 billion welfare cuts, STILL TO COME. Iain Duncan Smith still refuses to meet with foodbanks, choosing […]

Nearly 100,000 of Britain’s poorest children go hungry after parents’ benefits are cut

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http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/nearly-100000-of-britains-poorest-children-go-hungry-after-parents-benefits-are-cut-10079056.html

Thank You Elsmdale Road Sreet Party

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An enormous thank you to the Elmsdale Road Street Party, who raised an amazing £573 for Eat or Heat. We believe this winter could be very hard for our clients and this money will help us ensure not so many go hungry. Thanks again The Trustees and Clients of Eat or Heat.

Elmsdale Road Village Fete – Volunteers Needed

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Calling all volunteers Hello lovely volunteers, We need volunteers to work at the Elmsdale Road Village Fete. We would like people who can sell our merchandise and inform the public of what we do. Possibly even do a food collection. One of the volunteers will need a car to carry everything. If you are interested, […]