UK news Cambridge Foodbank in need of certain items as summer holidays see demand rise last minute news


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- "As we enter the summer holidays we know families are feeling the pinch more than ever"

UK news Cambridge Foodbank in need of certain items as summer holidays see demand rise last minute news


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- "As we enter the summer holidays we know families are feeling the pinch more than ever"

UK news Cambridge Foodbank in need of certain items as summer holidays see demand rise last minute news
04 August 2022 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Households across Cambridgeshire continue to face a rising cost of living and for families with young children the summer holidays means a higher shopping bill. For some, a local foodbank is a life line as free school meals are no longer there to provide hot food. Cambridge City Foodbank has said that as we enter the summer holidays "families are feeling the pinch more than ever." On their Twitter account they have said donations are vital in providing nutritious meals. According to them one in five people in the UK now live below the poverty line, making their support more crucial than ever. More than 90 per cent of the food distributed by foodbanks in The Trussell Trust network is donated by the public.

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. Below are the items Cambridge City Foodbank are asking the public to donate. Most needed items Tinned fish Tinned meat Tinned vegetables Pasta/cook in sauce Tea-bags Baked beans Bars of Chocolate Snack bars Tinned soup Tinned fruit Sponge puddings and jellies Savoury snacks Noodles Rice pudding Places you can donate include Bar Hill Tesco, Milton Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Brooks Road, Cambridge and Asda, Beehive Centre. Cambridge City Foodbank also accept fund donations and are always eager for volunteers. You can find out more about donating to Cambridge City Foodbank on their website here. READ NEXT: Addenbrooke's patient with fractured jaw experiences 'lowest point' after waiting days for operation Cambridge woman wants to 'break down barriers' to become UK's first niqab-wearing politician 'I don't think we'll ever quite get over the privilege of being parents to five children' Midwife with 42 years experience among hospital staff recognised for long service Gay priest says there’s a lot of people who would like him 'to get lost'

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