Where to carry on taking your tins
ALTHOUGH our campaign has finished, food banks still need regular donations.
So we are urging Post readers to keep giving tins to their nearest food bank in the new year and beyond.
They are situated in St Ann's at the Chase Neighbourhood Centre; Arnold, at Daybrook Baptist Church; Bestwood and Bulwell, at St Philip's Church, in Top Valley; Clifton, at Hope Church and St Francis' Church; Long Eaton, at Christ Church; Aspley, at the Salvation Army; Sneinton, at the Salvation Army; Beeston, at Hope Church; Broxtowe estate, at St Martha's Church; Inham Nook, at St Barnabas' Church; The Meadows, at Bridgeway Hall Methodist Mission; and Radford, at Unit 2, Hubert Street.
There is also one covering all of NG7, which operates from the Mary Potter Centre, in Hyson Green; and others at the Sumac Centre, in Sherwood Rise; and Framework and the Partnership Council in Radford.
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Nigel Adams, director of the Hope Nottingham charity, which runs the Beeston bank, said: "I would like to say a massive thank-you to all the organisations which have donated food. It has been almost overwhelming how much we have received.
"We are really pleased. But at the same time we are still giving out food parcels like there is no tomorrow.
"There is a growing and quite distressing need for food packages and we will continue to give help to people, so we still need donations."