Eurasia donates food

A Bridgnorth restaurant has provided meals and food packages to the town food bank and community hospital.

Staff at the Eurasia Restaurant in West Castle Street collected packaged food to support those most in need during lockdown.

The donations were gratefully received by Liz Bird, Bridgnorth Food Bank Manager, and Councillor Julia Buckley.  “If anyone needs help with claiming benefits, housing, debt, financial problems or food during this very difficult time, please contact your housing provider, Shropshire Council, social worker or the CAB for immediate assistance,” said Liz Bird

You can contact the food bank on 07960 285520 and Covid-Mutual Aid on 01902 802091

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