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Local food pantries

Get low-cost, high-quality food through our local food pantries.

Working with partner organisations, we’ve set up food pantries in communities across the country to tackle food poverty – and enable everyone to put good food on the table.

What are food pantries?

Food pantries are social supermarkets offering heavily-discounted food to people in need. They are long-term, community-led solutions providing a sustainable and affordable source of food and household essentials.

Each pantry operates on a membership basis and you can become a member by approaching your local food pantry who will advise you. 

How do food pantries work?

Members typically pay about £3 per visit and in return are able to choose everyday goods and fresh, chilled and frozen foods to the value of about £20.

To find out more, to be referred to a food pantry, or to get financial guidance, please contact our Clarion Futures Money team.

Contact us

Food pantries and opening times

Plymouth: Peoples Larder

The William Sutton Memorial Hall, 6 Shelley way, PL5 1QF

Thursday 10am-2pm

Request to be referred through a Clarion Housing staff member

Salford: Lucie’s Pantry

101 Fitzwarren Street, Salford, M6 5RQ

Tuesday 10am-3pm

Wednesday 9am-3pm

Friday 9am-3pm

Sunday 10am-3pm

South Shields: Lucie’s Pantry

430 Dean Road, South Shields, NE33 5LL

Tuesday 9am-1pm

Warrington Food Pantry

Fearnhead Cross Community Centre, Insall Road, Warrington, WA2 OHD

Monday 1.30-3.30pm

Tuesday 11.30am-2.30pm

Wednesday 10.30am-1.30pm

South Kensington Food Pantry

Ixworth Place, 2 Kimbolton Row, London, SW3 6RQ

Tuesday 12-4.30pm

Wednesday 8am-2.30pm

Thursday 9am-3pm

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