Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Food Banks

benefits advice and guidance

There are a number of disruptions to Council services because of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please check the link below before accessing any of our services.

For details of disruptions and for advice and guidance visit www.stockton.gov.uk/coronavirus

Every day people in the UK go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. Food banks provide emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK.

There are organisations which can help, the most up to date details of which can be found on the SWAN website.

You can find out what support is available on the CAB Food Bank Directory webpage.

 

Trussell Trust Food Bank Centre

The Trussell Trust Food Bank Network works in partnership with local churches and organisations to bring Food Banks to communities across the UK. The Trussell Trust runs a Food Bank Centre in Billingham.

Address: Billingham Foodbank Distribution Centre, 4-6 West Precinct, Billingham Town Centre (near Boyes), TS23 2NH.

Telephone: 07583 575522

Visit the Trussell Trust Foodbank website for further information.

 

Parkfield Pantry

Volunteers serve a cooked breakfast to people feeling the credit crunch and provide information or signpost to relevant agencies to help the diners. They also try to provide clothing and arrange organisations, such as the Fire Brigade to give advice on how to keep safe.

For more information contact Parkfield Pantry on 01642 874569.

A directory has been produced giving details of organisations that can provide emergency food assistance to people in Stockton Borough. The Emergency Food Aid Information Directory is based on information supplied by organisations and indicates the type of assistance available, where and when the assistance is available and if any referral is required to access the service.