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How you can donate food packages to Pudsey Community Project

A community project helping vulnerable and isolated people including families and older people across Pudsey, Farsley, Swinnow, Tyersal, Rodley and Woodhall is still welcoming food donations.

The volunteer-led Pudsey Community Project was set up in March to help people in need during lockdown. A spokesperson said:

“We’re really grateful for all the donations we get so that we can provide food packages for people in need – and as donations have reduced a bit recently we were so encouraged to receive the latest donations given through Farsley – thank you!”

The project’s central donation drop-off is open at Pudsey Parish Church Monday to Saturday, 10am-12pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-8pm, and you can donate by contactless card there too.

You can also donate food at these sessions:

  • Calverley Parish Church: Tues & Fri 10-12
  • Farsley St John’s Church Hall: Mon & Thurs 10-12
  • St James the Great Woodhall: Wed 11-12

Between 35-40 different volunteers a week deliver food to vulnerable people over six days.

More details on the Facebook page or by calling 07368 451603.


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