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Smethwick Pantry

Monday: 10am – 12 noon Thursday: 10am – 12 noon
Smethwick Pantry

There are changes to how Smethwick Pantry is temporarily operating due to Coronavirus outbreak, please read the below note.

 

During this unprecedented time Your Local Pantry Smethwick will open once a week at Brasshouse Lane Community Centre, Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick B66 1BA.

We will be open every Tuesday from 12.30-1.30pm, serving pantry members only at the main front entrance to the community centre.

We will give each member a pre packed bag of food and will not charge for this food.

If you would like to make a donation to Smethwick CAN, the charity that operates Your Local Pantry Smethwick then please visit https://localgiving.org/charity/smethwickcan/ 

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Christina Murray, Food Hub Manager at foodaction@smethwickcan.org - 0751 724 1195

 

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The below information is how this pantry usually operates, we hope to be back and running as normal as soon as possible.

This pantry is available on Monday and Thursdays, 10AM-12 Noon. Click here to sign up.  

Smethwick Pantry is a community group for people living in Smethwick.

For just a few pound a week, members can have access to affordable food. Have any questions about this pantry? Contact foodaction@smethwickcan.org

The pantry will be opened at: Smethwick Library, High St, Smethwick, B66 3AP.

 

This pantry will be opened by Smethwick Church Action Network which is a joint response from Smethwick’s churches to tackle poverty, increase aspiration, provide opportunities and support the most vulnerable. 

They formed in 2014 to jointly set up a food bank.  Since then, theyhave developed a wide range of food action initiatives, including an allotment, a community café, cooking and shopping lessons. 

They are setting up this Pantry to offer food bank users choice and dignity – we see it as a great move-on option from food bank.  Other local residents will also be able to become members so that we can develop an integrated, welcoming, community space. 

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