Tuesday: 10 - 12pm

73 Marbles Way, Tadworth, Surrey, KT20 5JP

Wednesday: 2.00 - 4.00 pm

Ewell Centre, Ruxley Church, Ruxley Lane, West Ewell, KT19 0JG

Thursday: 3.00 - 4.30pm 

Banstead Church Institute, High Street, Banstead, SM7 2NG

Friday: 2.00 - 4.00 pm

Epsom Centre, Epsom Methodist Church, Ashley Road, Epsom, KT18 5AQ

Saturday: 10.00 - 11.30am

Leatherhead Centre, North Leatherhead Community Centre, Kingston Road, Leatherhead, KT22 7PX






We rely on food donations to feed local people in crisis. From pasta to puddings, please give in-date non-perishable food. The items we are currently running low on are:

- UHT fruit juice

- Tinned sponge puddings

- Tinned rice puddings

- Tinned vegetables

- Ladies sanitary products

- Coffee

- Sugar (500g packs)

- Dried milk powder

- Nappes (sizes 5 & 6)

- Shampoo & Conditioner

- M/F deodorant

- Peanut butter

- Brown sauce

- Washing powder/liquid/tablets

- Dog food

- Custard


What we don't need at the moment:

- tea

- soup

- baked beans

- pasta

- cereal


This list is updated weekly - last updated 16/04/2015



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Please note that our food distribution centre in the Epsom Methodist Church will not be open tomorrow (Friday 3rd April). It will be open again as per normal from next week.


We currently have a lot more tea and cereal than we need, so thank you to everyone who has been donating but please don't bring us any more tea and cereal!The items we are currently running low on can be found on the shopping list under the 'donate' column to the left. Thank you!


We now have a freezer in our Leatherhead distribution centre - this means we can store and give out bread to clients! Thank you to ExxonMobil for funding this.


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After being so sucessful over the Christmas period, our Banstead distribution centre will now be running until the 26th March 2015.

It is open from 3 - 4:30pm on a Thursday at:

Banstead Church Institute

High Street





Here is a list of all the things we are currently running low on:

UHT juice, UHT milk

Treats – for adults and children

Shampoo, deodorant, shaving foam, toothpaste, shower gel, toiletries for babies

Sugar – 500g size

Cereal – all sizes but no porridge

Tinned vegetables – but no sweetcorn, tinned pulses

Tinned sponge puddings or long life sponge puddings

Ketchup, brown sauce, jam, peanut butter

Pet food

Washing tablets, capsules or small bottles of liquid detergent for larger families

Rice – 250g, 500g and 1kg


Leeds Building Society (13 High Street, Epsom KT19 8DA) have a permanent collection point.

This goes with collection points already opened at Tescos (Leatherhead), Sainsburys (Epsom) and Budgens (Stoneleigh).  If they don't work for you then you can still drop food at the Generation Resource Centre or most local churches especially Epsom Methodist and Ruxley Church where we run distribution points from. For info please ring 0208 786 8221. Thanks!


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