The Larder Foodbank


The Larder Foodbank delivers food parcels to families and individuals in need on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Referrals by a professional organisation is required (e.g. Key Worker/Social Worker, children’s school, GP surgery, etc). The Larder parcel is a set box of items to feed 1-2 people for up to 3 days (with food and extras if needed). A typical box includes: longlife milk, cereal, tea, coffee, jam, tinned fruit, jam, custard, toilet roll, toothpaste, soap, tinned beans, spaghetti, soup, ham, tuna, biscuits, sweetcorn, pasta, rice & 3x meat meals. Specific items can be requested including: bathroom/cleaning products, sanitary products, nappies, pet food. Referrers need to call the Larder Phone (07501 202 546) and leave a message with your details.

'No Questions Asked Bag' (free food essentials) is offered on the 3rd Friday of each month between 10.00am-12.00pm. A free bag of food essential items (and details of other local organisations that can provide immediate or longer-term support) are available for anyone to collect. A typical bag includes cereal, milk, beans, soup, meatballs/hotdogs, pasta, sauce, rice, biscuits, loo roll.

Donations can be dropped into church on Monday, Wednesday & Friday between 3.00-4.00pm.

About Church of the Good Shepherd

The Church of the Good Shepherd was opened in 1950 as a daughter church of St Peter's Farnborough due to the growth of the local Hawley Lane Housing Estate. The Good Shepherd officially became its own parish in July 1997 and is committed to sharing God’s generous love and hope with everyone, especially within the communities of North Farnborough.
Sunday services are held weekly at 10.30am which are live-streamed on YouTube too for those who prefer to watch from home. Thursday services are held monthly at 10.00am. Sunday gatherings are held monthly at 6.30pm. Church services for deaf people are held on the 3rd Sunday each month at 3.00pm (except in August, when there is a joint service at 10.30am).

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Free of charge.

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Church of the Good Shepherd

01252 375578




Sand Hill
Hampshire GU14 8ER

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