Stoneleigh supermarket becomes drop-off point for foodbank donations

Budgens on Stoneleigh Broadway.  Photo: Google Maps

Budgens on Stoneleigh Broadway. Photo: Google Maps

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter

A food store is encouraging people to donate to a foodbank which has been a lifeline for more than 2,000 residents in crisis in the borough.

Budgens, in Stoneleigh Broadway, now has a bin in-store for people to drop off their donations for the Epsom and Ewell Foodbank.

The foodbank provides a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to local people and has fed 2,600 people since it started in October 2012.

The foodbank is particularly in need of:

  • Instant custard
  • Instant mash
  • Shower gel for females 
  • UHT milk and fruit juice
  • Tinned puddings, meat and vegetables
  • Shampoo and deodorants
  • Washing powder and washing up liquid
  • Sugar
  • Biscuits and chocolates

For more information call Vicky Jones at Budgens on 020 8786 7346 or Jonathan Lees at Epsom and Ewell Foodbank on 020 8786 8221.
 

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