Help and advice for residents
Extra support is available for vulnerable residents
Many supermarkets and other stores offer food or household goods for delivery or collection with options to order online or by phone.
Groups in local areas are offering to support individuals in several different ways, including shopping support and delivery of food parcels.
Free school meals
Low-income families whose children are eligible for free school meals will be offered vouchers, food or meals by their schools, to make sure they continue receiving this support, even if they are no longer attending school due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Foodbanks in Warwickshire
Trussell Trust Foodbanks
Food support if you are in financial difficulty. If you need a food parcel because you’re unable to afford food, contact your local food bank.
Ediblelinks (North Warwickshire)
Based in Atherstone, North Warwickshire, Ediblelinks uses food surplus to reduce poverty, stress and diet-related ill-health. They run a food bank and provide community groups with food enabling them to help more local people
Phone 01608 661210 or 07748 968712
Caring Hands in the Vale
Operates from Evesham. Email [email protected] or call 07532 130604
Local food and drink businesses
(please note this is provided for information only and these businesses are not endorsed by Warwickshire County Council)
Help with food for the homeless
LWS Night Shelter - operating a soup kitchen and providing meals to rough sleepers in Leamington Spa
Khair in the Community - providing hot meals to their day service clients, through the Qwik Curry social eating programme every Tuesday. And via Muslim Community Relations Nuneaton feeding the homeless weekly. All from Edward Street Day Centre.