Folkestone, Hythe & Romney Marsh Companies & Charities helping out with food for pupils during half term

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Before we begin, we wish the Town Clerk of Hythe a speedy recovery from Covid-19.

Below is a list of businesses who have stepped up to the plate to help out with food for school pupils, during half term, 26th – 30th Oct.

To each of the Businesses & Charities; thank you for your kindness.

Each are offering help in different ways so anyone in need please find them on Facebook to see the assistance they are offering. So, in no particular order:

  • HYTHE Town Council with HYTHE Salavation Army

  • Shayda Restaurant – Folkestone 

  • The Independent BakerHythe

  • Big Boys Fine Burgers Folkestone

  • Unit 1 West Hythe

  • Hawkinge Football Club – Hawkinge

        • Beach 48Dymchurch

        • Kerrys Kitchen – Lydd

        • AnnasFolkestone

        • Blue and White Cafe

Folkestone Mayor

Warrens Fruit and Veg

  • GrasshoppersJunior Football Club-  Dymchurch

  • Space 7 GalleryFolkestone

  • TGMs Camber

  • The Coffee Lounge Dymchurch

  • Fine Kentish Chocolates Dymchurch

  • Folkestone Salvation Army

  • The Cooks Table Hythe

  • The Duke of Cumberland Barham

  • The Red Cow Folkestone

  • Sammy Moore 121Coaching

To all of you mentioned; and all of you not, but are helping  –  Thank you.

The Shepway Vox Team

End Child Poverty

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2 Comments on Folkestone, Hythe & Romney Marsh Companies & Charities helping out with food for pupils during half term

  1. The response from local organisations is to be applauded but hopefully is not necessary as Government have included Food Poverty within their Local Authority funding as has been clearly stated on several occasions. Timing is always a problem but the funding is there so why the knee-jerk reaction we are seeing now?

    • Possible reason is that……. ‘The government also said it gave £63m to councils – first announced in June – to help people who are struggling to afford food and essentials.

      However, the Local Government Association said this funding was intended to be spent before the end of September and had been “outstripped” by demand.’

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