News

We have reopened our doors at Addlestone Baptist Church

From Tuesday 24 November, we are pleased to have reopened one of our Addlestone centres and will be welcoming clients from 10 am-12 noon on Tuesday at the Addlestone Baptist Church. The Foodbank leadership team, with the church’s leadership team, have designed the onsite workflow and the health & safety precautions ensuring an environment and […]

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We are reopening our doors in Chertsey

From Wednesday 9 September, we are pleased to be reopening our Chertsey centre and will be welcoming clients from 10am-12 noon on Wednesdays. The Foodbank leadership team are meeting to design the onsite workflow and the health & safety precautions to be implemented, and will ensure an environment and a process that is safe for […]

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The Countess of Wessex Joins Volunteers at the Runnymede Foodbank

Runnymede Foodbank provides vital emergency food and support to local people experiencing financial hardship. As the impact of Covid-19 started to unfold in the community, the Foodbank saw an increase in people needing emergency help. On Tuesday 2 June, Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex made a private visit to the Foodbank to understand […]

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We’re Changing the Way We Work During the Covid-19 Crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold in the UK, our main priority is ensuring the safety of everyone who is part of our food bank family–whether it’s someone needing help, someone volunteering their time, or someone making a donation. As of this week, we are changing the way we work. Our standard centres will be […]

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Our Priorities During Covid19

As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds in the UK, our main priority is ensuring the safety of everyone who comes to our food bank – whether it’s someone needing help, someone volunteering their time, or someone making a donation. Things are changing quickly, so we’ll keep this page updated regularly with information about what’s happening at Runnymede […]

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Runnymede Foodbank operations in Mar 2020

We are currently facing unprecedented challenges and an uncertain future across our area, the country & the world.  Runnymede Foodbank provides, along with other organisations, a critical service to individuals and families in need and depends completely upon a generous public who donate food and money and also upon a dedicated volunteer workforce.  Over the […]

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School Holiday Meals ready to go!

Our Food4Lunch holiday food is ready to go out to local families to give them a boost this Christmas time. It includes ingredients to make a hot meal and a yummy dessert to keep the kids fueled during this holiday season. We’ve also managed a few Christmas treats for all the family to enjoy.

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Opening times over Christmas

The Runnymede Foodbank will be open across the Christmas and New Year holidays, except on Dec 25, Dec 26 & Jan 1 when it will be closed.  If you are in need of food during this period, please make arrangements to attend one of our open sessions on Dec 24, Dec 27, Dec 30, Dec […]

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Christmas holiday closures in December 2019

The Runnymede Foodbank will be open across the Christmas and New Year holidays, except on Dec 25, Dec 26 & Jan 1 when it will be closed.  If you are in need of food during this period, please make arrangements to attend one of our open sessions on Dec 24, Dec 27, Dec 30, Dec […]

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New volunteers wanting to volunteer with Runnymede Foodbank

We are delighted to have received so many offers from people wishing to volunteer with the Runnymede Foodbank, both over the Christmas period and longer term. Due to the increased Foodbank activity over Christmas we will be processing all new longer term volunteer enquiries in the new year.  If you would like to volunteer, please […]

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