People asked to support local foodbank

23rd March 2020, 5:19pm | By catherinerussell |

With so many people having to self-isolate or being unable to work because of the current COVID-19 situation, volunteers at the Devizes Foodbank are asking people to help them now more than ever.

In 2018, the foodbank helped over local 940 people and expect to see this number grow in 2019, once final numbers are in.

Take a look at the list of items they need in particular here https://devizesdistrict.foodbank.org.uk/give-help/donate-food/

As well as Devizes, the foodbank has outreach centres in Marlborough and Pewsey.

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