Now that restrictions have eased we’re once again able to relax how we run Foodshed. Some things will remain the same, we’ll still ask you to wear a mask where you can, and we’re also limiting the number of people coming in at any one time to allow us to maintain social distancing.

The biggest change that you will notice from the last 12 months is that we’re now once again able to invite you to take a seat, and have a chat with one of our volunteers who are here to help as much as we can.

We’ll try our best to help with any requests that you have for things that you might need. If you have any dietary requirements please let a volunteer know and we can provide you with appropriate food.

Don’t forget to bring your referral voucher if you have one, but if you don’t have one come down anyway, we can still help you out, and can signpost you to further support in getting a referral voucher for next time.

And as always, if you’re feeling unwell or are self-isolating and still need our support, then we’d ask that you’d send someone else on your behalf.

Thank you so much for your help and support! We couldn't do what we do without the support of the people and businesses in Stevenage. We have donation baskets around the town in:

  • Asda
  • Tesco: Broadwater Superstore, Town Centre
  • Co-op: Symonds Green, Oval
  • Nationwide
  • Sainsburys: Correy's Mill
  • St Peter's Church
  • Grace Community Church
  • The Coptic Orthodox Church Centre UK

We often post our most needed items on our Facebook page, but you can't go wrong with tins of meat, veg, potatoes and fruit, cereal, biscuits, UHT milk, tea and coffee.

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