Saffron Walden Round Table will be collecting items for Uttlesford food bank on Sunday June 21
PUBLISHED: 17:00 18 June 2020 | UPDATED: 09:12 19 June 2020
Saffron Walden Round Table members are taking part in a second Sunday afternoon collection for Uttlesford food bank.
They will send collectors to pick up items left visible on the end of people’s drives and outside houses on Sunday (June 21), starting at 4.30pm for their north route.
They are supported by DJ Digger (3D Events Productions).
Long life food donations sought include long life milk, dried noodles, tinned fruit and vegetables, sweets, toiletries such as toothpaste and soap, men’s deodorant and shaving items, and cat food.
Collectors will observe social distancing guidelines.
Last Sunday (June 14) they covered the north route for donated items.
Lee Sanders, charity office at Saffron Walden Round Table, said people had been very generous.
“This is everything from the South Route’s Uttlesford Foodbank Collection which has weighed in at a whopping 1068.45!
“We are so amazed at how much was donated! We want to thank everyone of you that looked through cupboards and gave to help those vulnerable people in our community.”
If your road isn’t on the north route below for Sunday, or you were missed on the south route last week, email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a collection like the residents of Farmadine, Saxon Way and Hilltop Lane have done.
On Sunday, June 21 the north route is:
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