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Bardney Foodbank supports local community

A foodbank has been set up in the village of Bardney, Lincolnshire. 

Located in the Methodist Hall on Church Lane, the food bank is available to support those living in Bardney and the surrounding area. 

Other villages able to access the service include Bucknall, Southrey, Minting, Gautby, Apley and Stainfield. 

The foodbank will be open from 9.30am to 10.30am every Saturday morning.  

Items on offer include tinned goods, long-life milk, pet food, toiletries and some fresh goods such as meat and vegetables.  

Each of the items have been donated by locals, or gifted to the food bank by the Lincolnshire Coop.  

Donations are currently being accepted at St Lawrence’s Church in Bardney. 

For more information or to arrange the dropping off of donations, contact Reverend Bartlett on 01526 397363. 

 

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