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Please be aware, in some places you'll need a voucher before you can get free food. Find out more about where you can get a foodbank voucher.

The venues below are giving out free food for people to take away. Please help them by socially distancing (staying 2m apart) and following the government guidelines to stay safe from coronavirus.

Monday

10am to 1pm Neighbourhood Welfare, 11 Princes Road, Middlesbrough
12pm to 2pm Foodbank (voucher needed), St Barnabas Church, Linthorpe, TS5 6JR

Tuesday

10am to 1pm Neighbourhood Welfare, 11 Princes Road, Middlesbrough
10am to 12pm Salvation Army, Southfield Road, Middlesbrough (soup and a cheese bun, and a small bag of food provided)
1pm to 3pm Foodbank (voucher needed), Grove Hill Methodist Church, Marton Road, TS4 2PT

Wednesday

10am to 1pm Neighbourhood Welfare, 11 Princes Road, Middlesbrough
1pm to 3pm Foodbank (voucher needed), Coulby Newham Baptist Church, Coulby Newham, TS8 0TF

Thursday

10am to 1pm Neighbourhood Welfare, 11 Princes Road, Middlesbrough
11:30am to 1:30pm Foodbank (voucher needed), Middlesbrough Community Church, Clifton Street, TS1 4NA

Friday

1pm to 3pm Foodbank (voucher needed), Holy Trinity Church, Market Square, North Ormesby
5pm to 6pm Recipe Evening Meal, Middlesbrough Community Church, Clifton Street, Middlesbrough

Sunday

5pm to 6pm Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen (The Sikh Community), The Tunnel near Zetland car park, close to St. Columbus Church
6pm to 7pm St Alphonsus Church, Westbourne Grove, North Ormesby

Please note, the food providers on this list don't allow children to attend their kitchens.

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