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By Chris Challoner - 15th August 2014 2:50pm
It has come to our attention that Nantwich Foodbank is in desperate need of donations of foodstuffs as it is experiencing vastly increased demand during the school holidays and is running out of supplies.
St Bartholomew's Church is open to visitors every Wednesday and Saturday from 10am to 4pm during August and early September, so if you are able to donate non-perishable foodstuffs, PLEASE bring them along to Church where they will be collected and taken to the Foodbank urgently.
Items desperately needed include:
TINNED meats, meatballs, casseroles, soups, hams, fruit vegetables and tomatoes; as well as fruit juice, rice puddings, custard and sponge puddings.
For more information visit www.Nantwich.Foodbank.org.uk.
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