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9:00am Friday 18th October 2013 in News
ANDOVER Foodbank has coped with a massive increase in demand – but organisers say they don’t know how they will cope when they lose their current warehouse space at the end of this year.
The facility, which has provided thousands of Andover’s neediest residents with free food parcels, currently uses warehouse space at Anton Business Park.
But it must find a new home by December.
Foodbank manager Annie Mihill said: “Without this warehouse space we will find it very difficult to operate.
“We won’t and can’t stop, but I don’t know how we will manage – hence the appeal for space.”
Over the past year locally owned company Stannah has been providing Andover Foodbank with warehouse space, initially for no cost and then at a very low rate.
But it cannot continue to do this from the end of this year.
Read the full story in today's paper.
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