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Food Banks 

Saturday opening hours:

A reminder that our Saturday opening hours have changed and we are open from 11am-1pm on Saturdays. Our Tuesday and Thursday opening times remain 11am-3pm. We are asking if clients can please arrive by 2:45pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 12:45pm on Saturdays wherever possible. If you have any correspondence that you send to clients, please ensure the opening times are updated.

Red foodbank vouchers:

The current red foodbank vouchers have the old opening times for Saturdays. If you currently give out red foodbank vouchers, please reply to this email and let us know and we will send out new vouchers to you with the correct opening times. Once the new vouchers have been received, please shred the old vouchers to avoid any confusion for clients.

Foodbank sessions and cafe:

As we are a drop in service, we never know how many clients will be referred each session and some of our foodbank sessions can be busy.  Please let your clients know that there may be a wait for their food parcel, as we pack each parcel depending on each individual/ family circumstances and dietary requirements. Whilst clients are waiting for their food, we have a cafe area available offering free refreshments and the opportunity to talk with one of our volunteers or advisors available.

If we can be of any assistance or you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind Regards,

North Enfield Foodbank Team

07826 542 119 (Client Contact Number)

North Enfield Foodbank

Jubilee Central

2 Lumina Way





The Foodbank opening hours are:

Tuesdays, Thursdays 11am-3pm

Saturdays 11-1pm


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Parents Information


Right now, millions of people in the UK regularly experience hunger. Yet tonnes of surplus fresh food is thrown away every day. Inspired by Felix, we set out to change this. No one should have to miss a meal.

The Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. We deliver this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society.

we deliver to Brettenham Primary school weekly in term times , for more information on which day of the week  please call the school office on 0208 3456055 

Felix project information

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