Free Pantry

Times are difficult. 

How we support each other now can be the basis of a stronger community to manage the problems we will need to face in the future. 

The consequence of Covid and the economic downturn has disproportionately effected our community as with all others. Food and energy poverty is now effecting many millions of households and that includes Tattenhall. 

Whilst we do not know how many people might be facing food and fuel poverty locally, we believe there is a gap in this provision for some individuals or families to gain access to local supplies of emergency food help. Access to food bank supplies require a trip to Chester. 

Work has been developed in a partnership between the Spar, St Albans Church, the Park School, the Sports Club, Transition Tattenhall, Tattenhall Allotment Association and Sandy Bears Nursery to establish a Free Pantry here in the village. We hope that this will help to protect children, families and individuals by providing an emergency food source available 24/7 giving community support to people facing financial pressure. 

If you know of anyone needing this support please let them know that the FREE PANTRY is located in the yard behind the Sports Club. It will open for use from 10am from Friday 15th March. 

ANY QUERIES Text: 07826954441 

Donations – contact: Free Pantry