The Bridgnorth and Morville Parishes Team Ministry

Bridgnorth Food Bank

The Bridgnorth and Morville Parishes Team Ministry is pleased to work alongside the other town churches in sponsoring and supporting Bridgnorth Food Bank, which provides emergency food assistance to people in need.


How it works:

Food is donated, checked for 'best before' or 'use by' dates and stored, ready to be distributed.

Local agencies are able to refer people in need of assistance to the Bridgnorth Food Bank and issue them with a food voucher.

Clients then go to the Bridgnorth Food Bank Distribution Point at Number Seven West Castle Street, Bridgnorth, with their food voucher and the team will discuss with them their particular circumstances and needs.  The food bank is open on Monday mornings, 10.30am-12.30pm.

The food bank team agree a support plan with a review date, and then arrange provision of food.


I need help, what do I do?

If you require assistance please ask for a food voucher to issued by any local agency you have contact with.

Bridgnorth Food Bank take referrals from agencies including: 

  • Statutory organisations, council services and Multi-Agency teams.
  • Health Visitors.
  • Medical and Healthcare professionals.
  • Housing Associations.


I'd like to donate food

Bridgnorth Food Bank relies on the generous donations of food it receives from people in local communities.

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The food bank needs:

  • Instant Coffee (small or large jars)
  • Long Life Milk (UHT or powdered)
  • Squash (1 litre) or Fruit Juice (concentrated, not fresh)
  • Sugar
  • Soup (tins or packet)
  • Baked beans
  • Tinned spaghetti
  • Pasta Sauces
  • Rice (dried/easy cook)
  • Instant Mashed Potato
  • Tinned Meat based meals (eg stew, chilli, curry)
  • Tinned fish
  • Tinned tomatoes
  • Tinned vegetables
  • Tinned fruit / rice pudding / sponge pudding
  • Jam or Honey
  • Breakfast Cereal
  • Biscuits / snack bars
  • Toothpaste
  • Soap
  • Washing powder/liquid
  • Shampoo

Please ensure that food has 6-9 months shelf life minimum.


​Donations can be dropped off at Bridgnorth Food Bank on Monday mornings, or left in any of the town churches.  Thank you!


Contact us - please either call 01746 768129 (please note you’ll need to leave an answerphone message if you don’t call when the food bank is open on Mondays) or email Bridgnorth Food Bank here.


Check out the Bridgnorth Food Bank website, or 'like' them on Facebook.


Sponsored and supported by the Christian Churches of Bridgnorth.

A part of Bridgnorth Community Trust - a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registered number 1154617.

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