If you cannot afford to buy food and need emergency items, there are a number of food banks in Norwich that may be able to support you. You will need to have a valid food bank voucher when you visit.
Please note that Norwich Foodbank is unable to deliver food parcels.
Norwich Foodbank, 0300 365 1123
Opening times and locations of food banks in Norwich
- 2pm to 3:30pm – Witard Road Baptist Church, Witard Road, Norwich, NR7 9XG (Heartsease)
- 6pm to 7.30pm – Oak Grove Community Church, 70 Catton Grove Road, Norwich, NR3 3NT (Catton)
- 10am to 12noon – The Chantry (behind MAP), Chantry Road, Norwich, NR2 1QZ (City centre)
- 12noon to 2pm – New Hope Christian Centre, 2 Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2HX (Lakenham)
- 11am to 12.30pm – St Elizabeth's Church, Cadge Road, Earlham, Norwich, NR5 8DG (Earlham)
- 10.30am to 12noon – Wroxham and Hoveton United Reformed Church (URC), 114 Norwich Road, NR12 8SA
- 1.30pm to 3pm – Mile Cross Methodist Church, Aylsham Road, MIle Cross, NR3 2RU (Mile Cross)
- 1:30pm to 3pm – Norwich Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 3AP (City)
- 10am to 12noon – Alive! Church, Nelson Street, Norwich, NR2 4DR
- 10:30am to 12noon – Bowthorpe Church Centre, Bowthorpe Hall Road, Norwich, NR5 9AA (Bowthorpe)
- 11am to 12noon – Wymondham Baptist Church, Queens Street, Wymondham, NR18 0AY
- 10am to 11:30am – The Chantry (behind MAP), Chantry Road, Norwich, NR2 1QZ (City centre)
Find more places where food can be accessed on The Feed's Food assistance in Norwich page. The Feed's website includes information on indoor hot meals, outdoor hot meals, food parcels and deliveries, community fridges, social supermarkets, and more.