Fishguard Food Support and St Davids Food Pod Appeal

Apparently that dratted virus is on the prowl again, with figures rising.

We all know by now that this  brings more problems than just getting sick. A big concern of course is that the services many of us came to rely upon in the lockdown will now be helping us through the coming winter.

One such invaluable project, serving North Pembrokeshire to St Davids, has been the Fishguard Food Support and St Davids Food Pod.

They are asking for your help to make sure no one goes hungry – and they need help now.

“It is urgent that we get donations of both food and cash to ensure we can continue with the good work we have managed so far, particularly if a new lockdown is imminent,“ a spokesperson told us.

Donations can be left  at the Seafront Garage, Goodwick, Fishguard Post Office and the Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.

The groups can be contacted through its Facebook pages and by email: Fishguard Food Support contact Lesley Matthews on foodsaverchamp@gmail.com.

To help St Davids Food Pod, contact Louise Tarbuck at louisetarbuck@hotmail.com

“You can also leave food items and cash at Bethel Chapel on a Thursday where the food bank and food share operates from 9am to 2pm. This is a way of avoiding people and giving cash at source, so to speak.  Just knock on the door and leave items outside – a volunteer will come to the door and give a cheery wave and a ‘thank you’ as you leave.”

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