Newbury Soup Kitchen at the Salvation Army Hall
Support from the Soup Kitchen during COVID-19
The Newbury Soup Kitchen is a voluntary organisation providing help and support to the Newbury homeless community and those less fortunate than others. The primary operation is a friendly drop-in centre for vulnerable adults who perhaps have mental health issues or are just lonely. All are greeted with hot food and drinks every Thursday evening. A warm welcome awaits people who wish to socialise, find support, enjoy a hot meal and interact with like-minded people.
Hot food and drinks are provided free of charge. On the menu are soup, beans on toast, sandwiches and cakes.
Ways You Can Help
The Newbury Soup Kitchen organisers are constantly being asked by the local community how they can help the Newbury Homeless society in the area. The simplest solution was to create an Amazon Wish List.
If you are a Prime Customer of Amazon, don't forget you can send any item direct to Newbury Soup Kitchen, care of Newbury Salvation Army who are open five days a week. Please address to:
Who to contact
Where to go
- The Salvation Army,
8, Northcroft Lane
- RG14 1BU
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 6.00pm to 8.00pm
- Time of day
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type FREE
- Age Ranges
- Other notes
Could you volunteer?
Please contact Newbury Soup Kitchen to offer your support, in whatever capacity. Assistance always welcomed on Thursday evenings to collect, prepare and serve food. Most volunteers assist on a rota basis if they cannot commit every week.
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