Food Fortnight at St Gregory’s starts on Monday 30 September until Friday 11 October.

We ask students to bring one or more items from the shopping list to help fill Bath Foodbank for local people suffering from poverty and deprivation.

Food can be left in Chapel at any time.
Mrs Hinchliffe, Head of RE

Shopping List

– Tinned meat or fish
– Milk (UHT or powdered
– Instant mashed potato
– Sugar (500g or 1kg)
– Sponge pudding (tinned)
– Rice pudding
– Cereals – Tinned fruit
– Fruit juice (UHT)
– Chocolate
– Biscuits or snack bars
– Instant coffee/tea bags
– Tinned tomatoes
– Noodle snacks

Bath Foodbank

Bath Foodbank gives three days of emergency food to individuals and families in crisis. Care professionals in the Bath area refer people to the Foodbank using a food voucher. At the foodbank centre clients exchange their voucher for food supplies. They also receive a cup of coffee, a listening ear and signposting to other professionals who can help them out of their crisis.

Bath Foodbank also supports existing agencies working with distressed and destitute people by donating food in bulk.

Bath Foodbank allows the general public to contribute to, and support, local well-being in a simple practical way.

For further details of the work of Bath Foodbank and how you can be involved contact Genesis Trust 01225 463549.

If you would like to donate at other times you can take food to:

Manvers Street Baptist Church Café between 10 am and 2 pm, Tuesday to Friday
St Michael’s Church Café (opposite Waitrose) between 10 am and 4 pm, Monday to Saturday
Genesis Furniture Project, 31a West Avenue, Oldfield park between 9.15 am – 1 pm, and 2 pm – 4 pm, Monday to Friday.