Author: Ange Stevens

Sometimes we experience hardship or may struggle to provide a meal for our families. Please use the following information regarding foodbanks in the area to assist in cases where you or others may need assistance.

Axminster Foodbank,

Sheila info@axminsterwellbeing.com 01297 32331

Health and Wellbeing centre, Chard rd

Nourish Axminster

Karen nourishaxminster@gmail.com

The Guildhall, Axminster

Provides frozen home cooked style meals to Axminster and surrounding parishes and to Seaton.

Axminster Foodsave

Jemma via Olio

Provides waste supermarket food to anyone living in Axminster.

Broadclyst foodbank

Contact Angie Hurran clerk@broadclyst.org

Cranbrook Foodbank

Contact Aynsley Jones cdw@cranbrooktowncouncil.gov.uk

Grow Eat Do (Cranbrook)

Contact – Grow Eat Do facebook page or message groweatdo@outlook.com

Provides frozen home cooked style meals to Cranbrook and surrounding area

Exmouth Larder (Foodbank)

www.exmouthlarder.co.uk.

Littleham Community Fridge

Sam Burnett 07902 217228 and on FB

Honiton SAVE

​Email: honitonfoodsave@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/honitonfoodsave

The King’s Centre Food Bank (Honiton)

Lees Buildings, High Street, Honiton, EX14 1DH

Tel:- 0140443800

Email:- stevem@thecommunitychurch.co.uk

             office@thecommunitychurch.co.uk

             foodbank@thecommunitychurch.co.uk

Ottery Foodbank 

Chris I’Anson osmfoodbank@gmail.com

Ottery Community Larder –

Contact – Dean Stewart Director,

The Institute, Ottery

www.facebook.com/otterylarderhttps://bookeo.com/otterylarderTel: 01404 600013

Foodbank in Seaton

Number One, Harepath Road, Seaton

foodbankseaton@gmail.com

Seaton SAVE –

Contact via FB

Waste food given to anyone in Seaton, community shop and hub.

Sid Valley Food Bank

Chris Chapman

Address: Youth Centre, Manstone Lane, Sidmouth, EX10 9TS

Tel: 07936 917507

Sidmouth SAVE

Rich – Twyford house, 01395 512221

Waste food given to anyone in Sidmouth.

2021 World Book Day will take on a different form due to current guidelines, however we are keen that everyone has a positive experience and therefore we will be posting various activities for you to complete over the course of a few weeks.

Some of these activities could link to our current Reading Challenge.

https://www.worldbookday.com

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/our-recommendations/100-best-books/

https://www.worldbookday.com/world-of-stories/

Our timetable to celebrate World Book Day is planned to take place on Thursday 4th March;

We hope you will all enjoy the various activities we have planned for you.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Monday 8th March 2021.

The morning’s events may be swapped around but we try to keep to this as closely as possible.

Share A Story WBD Activities 4.3.21

Design a Story Hat Competition