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Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

Food pantries, hubs and clubs in Liverpool are helping to reduce food insecurities within the communities in the city, supporting all different kinds of people who are struggling to get by.

This ranges from people who are vulnerable or even working but on low incomes, ensuring they have access to a wide variety of foods during unprecedented times. No one should have to struggle to feed themselves or their families and there are many others who feel this way and dedicate their time to volunteering in some of the many locations within the city.

If you are struggling there is help, here is some of the many locations that can help support, no one should go hungry.

Liverpool 6 Centre

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

Liverpool 6 Centre is a community organisation in the heart of Liverpool that offers a Food Union to support those in need and who are shielding during lockdown.

Located on Queens Road, the Food Union has items such as fresh butchers’ meat, fresh bread provided from Homebaked Bakery, fresh fruit and vegetables, wide variety of food, pet food and cleaning products. For a membership fee £1.00, there is a price list where you can collect items ranging from £5.00-£15.00 which allows you to pick certain amount of items for such a small cost.

Follow @liverpool6centre

Everyone’s Aigburth Foodclub

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

Everyone’s Aigburth is bringing the community together to protect and support the people in the Aigburth and South Liverpool area.

Wednesdays between 1.00pm-3.00pm the food club provides a basket of groceries for its members in exchange for a small price. Offering fresh fruit & vegetables, refrigerated and frozen items, for the price of £3.50 you can purchase 10 items.

The food club is open to anyone who lives or works in or near Aigburth and is FREE to join.

For further information visit www.everyonesaigburth.co.uk

Walton Vale Community Shop

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

The Walton Vale Community Shop is open to all residents living in Walton and allows each household to choose 10 items of shopping for a weekly membership fee of £3.50.

Items available include fresh fruit & vegetables, bakery, store cupboard essentials, confectionery, toiletries and household items.

It is open to all living in Walton, whether you’re in full time or part-time employment, retired, studying or not in employment, the community shop is a place for all.

Open Tuesdays 1.30pm-3.30pm.

Follow @WaltonValeShop

The Joseph Lappin Centre

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

The Joseph Lappin Centre in Old Swan has a food club which is open every Tuesday between 1200pm-2.00pm and is available to people unemployed, retired with pension credits, low wage/zero hours contracts, disabled and vulnerable.

Chose 10 items for £3.50, with items such as fresh meat & cheese, dried and tinned goods, fresh fruit & vegetables, toiletries, household cleaning products and pet items.

Follow @thejosephlappincentre

HOPE Pantry

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

HOPE Pantry in Walton is available to Help Other People Eat and make your money go further.

Open on Wednesdays between 1.00pm-3.00pm (FREE tea & toast) the HOPE Pantry offers 10 items for £3.50 per week, 15 items for £5.00 per week, with a membership form available to be completed on the day.

Everyone is welcome with bargains to be had along with FREE additional food.

Visit www.ourhouse-walton.co.uk

Knowsley Foodbank Pride Centre

Food in the Community Liverpool – Pantries & Community Food Hubs

The Knowsley Foodbank Pride Centre is run by the Big Help Project in partnership with all the Kirkby churches and offers food from 9 different churches around Knowsley.

Knowsley foodbank provides a minimum of 3 days emergency food and support to local people in crisis. Foodbank clients are issued with a foodbank voucher which can be redeemed for three days emergency food.

Volunteers meet clients over a cup of tea or free hot meal and signpost people to agencies able to solve and support their longer-term problem.

Foodbank distribution centres:

Pride Centre, 2 Simonswood Lane, Kirkby L33 5YP – Tuesdays 11.00am-2.30pm

Changing Lives, 101-105a Cherryfield Drive, Kirkby L32 8SA – Fridays 11.00am-2.30pm

Apostolic Church, 433 London Road, Huyton L36 8HT – Mondays 11.00am-2.00pm

St Jude’s Church, Roundhey, Stockbridge Village L28 1RQ – Wednesdays 11.30am-2.00pm

Page Moss Baptist Church, Page Moss Lane L14 0LX – Tuesdays 12.00pm-2.00pm

Salvation Army Prescot, Warrington Road, Prescot L35 5UA – Wednesdays 11.30am-2.00pm

St Dominics Church, Southdean Road, Huyton L14 8UL – Thursdays 11.00am-2.00pm

Huyton Parish Church, Bluebell Lane, Huyton L36 7SA – Fridays 11.30-2.00pm

St Mary’s Church, Leather Lane, Halewood L26 9TS – Saturdays 11.00am – 2.00pm

READ MORE: Community wellbeing hubs launched across Merseyside by LFC Foundation

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