The Mychett Centre Food Bank and Pay it Forward Cafe


The food bank is open every Friday from 12.30 - 2pm.
Anyone living in Mytchett and the surrounding areas is welcome, no referral needed. Please just bring proof of address and photo ID.

​If you would like to donate any food items, these can be dropped off when the food bank is open or contact us to arrange a drop off.

The cafe is not just open for people who are finding things a bit tight, it's open to 'paying' customers too. Without customers who can make donations for their food and drink, we cannot sustain the cafe. No one is ever asked to pay, there is a donations box on the counter for anyone who is able to pay. Suggested donation is £2 for a toastie and drink or cake and drink.

​The cafe is open from 12.30 to 2pm when the food bank is open

About The Mytchett Centre

The Mychett Centre hosts a foodbank and pay it forward cafe every Friday.

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The Mytchett Centre

01252 373073





140 Mytchett Road
Surrey GU16 6AA

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