Hart Community Pantry
Hart District Council has teamed up with Yateley Industries and St Edward to provide a new Community Pantry in Hart.
The pantry, located at Yateley Industries, Mill Lane in Yateley, is to help and encourage families that need a little bit of support to manage and budget through tough times by providing food shopping at a reduced price.
It aims to help as many residents as possible on a weekly basis and shoppers will find a range of fresh, frozen and general foods. There is no referral necessary, and anyone can sign up for membership. Shoppers will pay £5 membership for each visit and will be able to choose a minimum of £15 worth of food.
Should you require transport to the pantry, there will be a FREE Community Bus trip which will be a door to door collection service.
Upcoming bus trips are:
- Tuesday 2nd Nov – Please call Mandy for pickup time
- Tuesday 9th Nov – Please call Mandy for pickup time
- Tuesday 16th Nov – Please call Mandy for pickup time
- Friday 26th Nov – Please call Mandy for pickup time
- Tuesday 30th Nov – Please call Mandy for pickup time
If you would like to book a space please call 01252 849712 between 9am – 3pm Monday to Thursday and 9am – 1pm Friday.
When is the pantry open? The pantry will be open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am until 2pm.
Who can use the pantry? The pantry helps anyone needing a helping hand to manage and budget through these tough times.
How much does the pantry cost and what do you get? You pay a £5 membership per shop, receiving goods valued at £15+ (limited to 1 shop a week). You will be able to choose 10x red items (value less than £1) and 2x blue items (value more than £1) and a veggie/fruit bag.
What items will be available? You will find a range of fresh, frozen and general foods. This will change on a weekly basis, based on what is received from suppliers. Occasionally there will be offers and meal deals.
How long can you be a member for? As long as you need to be.
What to expect on your first visit: You will be shown around the pantry and allowed to pick your own items. There will be a variety of stock for you to enjoy picking from. The staff at the pantry will provide you with a FREE thermometer and ask that on future visits you provide a fridge and freezer reading. This is for food safety reasons only.
What to bring on each visit: Please bring along your member number, a bag to carry your food home in and your fridge/freezer reading (after your first visit only).
How to sign up: You can sign up by visiting the pantry in person, or by calling 01252 872337.