How to find us

How to find us

Dewey House, North Row, Warminster, BA12 9AD

 Visitors coming by car: please do not follow your sat nav into North Row, instead use the car park behind Dewey House, accessible via Station Rd and by Iceland, then walk to front entrance in North Row. Rear entrance is only used for deliveries.   Click here for a map.

The total number of people fed in March 2014 was 336, this equates to 212 adults and 134 children. The total weight of... Read more

The Spring Fair in aid of the Warminster Foodbank took place on Saturday 12 April 2014 in the Civic Centre Warminster... Read more

The total number of people fed in February was 330, this equates to 203 Adults and 127 Children. The total weight of... Read more

Statistics

April 2012-March 2013 Total people fed in this period was 1581 which consisted of 988 adults and 593 children. Total food donated to the Foodbank in this period was: 17,288 kg.

April 2013-March 2014 Total people fed in this period was 2814 which consisted of 1799 adults and 1015 children. Total food donated to the Foodbank in this period was: 26,193 kg

 

Sponsors

Charitable trusts and business supporters help make what we do possible. Find out who our partners are and how you can become one. Read more

Red Vouchers can be exchanged for food at 

Warminster Foodbank Centre

Dewey House

North Row

WARMINSTER 
BA12 9AD

01985 214463 - there is an answer machine facility

07855 627945
warminsterfb@hotmail.co.uk

Tues, Wed & Fri 10 a.m to 1 p.m

Emergency Foodboxes also available at:

The Bridge Cafe, Frome, BA11 3BS

Thurs & Fri 11am-1pm

Mendip YMCA, Routes, 1a Palmer Street, Frome, BA11 1DS

Mon, Tues & Weds 12noon-1pm

Crosspoint, Albion House. 1 Market Square, Westbury, BA13 3DE. Tel No 01373 824330

Mon 3-5pm, Thurs & Sat 10am-12.30pm

What's For Dinner?

If you don’t know because you have no food & no money to buy any –

We can help.....

Warminster & District Foodbank

Warminster & District Foodbank is one of many community based foodbanks throughout the country, providing emergency food to thousands of people nationwide. With the support of local communities, we are able to distribute donated food to individuals and families with children.

By providing this service, Foodbanks help to prevent family breakdown, housing loss, crime and mental health problems. We also take time to listen and signpost people to further support. 

We rely on food donations to feed local people in crisis. 

Thanks to the generous donations from Harvest Festivals at many schools and churches, the storeroom is now well stocked. However items with fairly short shelf life (eg long life milk and biscuits) need to be received regularly. 

From packets of pasta to tins of tomatoes please give what you can.

Could you donate in-date non-perishable food from our shopping list?

You can also donate food at one of our permanent collection points at:

 
Morrisons
Warminster Information Centre
St Lawrence's Chapel
Crosspoint Centre, Westbury
Wesley Methodist Church, Frome
Bridge Cafe, Frome
Co-op in Westbury
Sainsbury's, Frome
 
Donations can also be brought to our Foodbank Centre in Warminster.
 
All churches in Warminster have collection boxes inside and hold emergency vouchers.
 
 

 

Thank you!

Real stories

Read real stories of lives changed by the foodbank