Haxey & Owston Ferry Churches

Isle of Axholme Foodshare Project


This scheme has now become well established, and around 60 people are benefitting from help from the Pantry each week. Clients come from all over the Isle, and we make deliveries each week to households in Epworth, Belton and Crowle among other places.

We accept donations of surplus food from our partners - typically food shops and restaurants. Some local organisations are also acting as collection points. Donations from individuals are also very welcome. Food will be checked to make sure that it is safe to be used then it will be stored or distributed to families and individuals.Food Hygiene

We distribute the food in two ways: -

• by opening a Community Pantry at St Nicholas’ Church Youth Hub, Haxey on Friday mornings from 9.30 a.m.-11.30 a.m. where members of our community can visit and help themselves to any food that is available. There are no questions asked, no forms to fill in and no supporting documents needed. All that we ask is that people do not take more food than they need.

• By delivering food parcels to members of our community. Referrals may be made in confidence by anyone (children’s centre, schools, parish councils, WI groups, friends etc) and we will arrange for parcels to be delivered.

There is no limit to the number of visits to the Pantry that can be made, or the number of parcels received.

Unlike the traditional food banks we will collect fresh, chilled and frozen food and food that is close to date. Where possible food will be frozen to preserve it.

Donations of Food and Funds always needed.

For more information, to make a donation or to make a referral please contact us on the numbers below, or complete the online form; -

Revd. Mark Zammit: Vicar 01427 753004

Paul Taylor: Families Worker 01427 753515

  • The Vicarage, Church Street
  • Haxey
  • Doncaster
  • DN9 2HY

01427 753004
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