What to do if you need help with food
Liskeard & Looe Foodbank
Providing food to people in crisis. To access the foodbank you will need a voucher, check their website for more information
The Community Fridge and Freezer is located at the Community Treasure Chest shop at 2 Barras Place, and is free for anyone to help themselves from 10am to 3pm, Monday to Friday.
It’s stocked with food that would otherwise be binned, sourced from local supermarkets and other community organisations.
Lighthouse Food Club
Lighthouse Food Club has an annual membership of £4, you can then access food boxes for £3.50 which contain items worth £15-£20 including fresh fruit and veg, meat, dairy and store cupboard essentials.
It’s available to anyone living in the Liskeard and Looe area who is in a vulnerable position, that might be being isolated, elderly, disabled, or on a low income. The only criteria for joining the Food Club will be to have an initial consultation with one of the Lighthouse Team within the first 3 months of signing up and proof of address.
Lighthouse is based at Unit 6b Heathlands, Liskeard, opening times are Tuesdays 12-6pm and Thursdays 10am-4pm.
Real Junk Food Project
A network of Cafes that use surplus food that would otherwise be thrown away to create meals for people to enjoy on a pay as you feel basis.
Their pop up shop in Liskeard is not operating at the moment. If you are in need, you can contact them via their Facebook page, email email@example.com or call 07923 294232.