food bank


The Lord’s Larder Food Bank is a local ‘bank’ of non-perishable in life ambient food operated by volunteers from churches in and around Yeovil.

It began in a small way in 1991 when a representative of Yeovil Citizens’ Advice Bureau spoke about the need for emergency food to  members of one of the churches in Yeovil. It is now supplied by over 60 local churches, 45 schools and several community groups.

Last year in 2022, over 183,000 items of food were given out via 70 different agencies to help over 9,700 local people, (5,600 adults and 4,100 children.)

Items can be dropped off on Wednesday afternoons to the Village Hall when the Craft Club takes place or Thursday Morning café.

The items needed changes each week so please keep an eye on this page for updates, for the time being what’s needed are listed below, please do your best to help. you can go direct to Lord’s Larder here

We are currently running low on these following items;
Boxes of Cereals
Tins of Meatballs
Tins of Hot Dogs
Tins of Spaghetti
Tins of Peas
Jars of Coffee
Tins of Rice Pudding
Carrier Bags