If you have no money for food …
There are drop-ins and a free or cheap meal at the following centres and times:
Day Centre @ The Foxton Centre, Avenham
Opening hours Community Cafe / Breakfast Club
Tuesday – 9.30-2.30
Wednesday – 9.30-2.30
Thursday – 9.30-2.30
Friday – 9.30- 2.30
The Community Cafe offers social activities, showers, clothes, sleeping bags (limited supply), intensive 1-1 support with qualified workers, befriending service. There is a small charge for food – £1 for hot meals 50p for sandwiches, tea and coffee free.
Mondays and Thursdays from 10am – 2pm
At Mill Bank Court Edmund Street, Preston, PR1 1ED
a Community Café.. Tea/coffee is free and we supply an excellent value all day breakfast and occasional specials. Prices range from 55p to £1.50. Alongside this is our listening ear service which can provide help and advice with housing/benefits/health issues
Tuesday from 6pm – 7pm
Run by Luv Preston – a free meal and general support at St. Wilfrids Hall, Chapel Street
On Wednesdays from 6.15pm
At St. Wilfrids Hall, Chapel Street, you can also drop in if you need clothes, bedding or general advice.
‘The Street Kitchen’
Run by IHSAN on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 8:30pm throughout the year at Preston Outdoor Market, Market Street, Preston (Opposite Wok 2 Eat). You can get a hot meal, refreshments and tea/coffee free of charge. They are an inclusive organisation and welcome everyone regardless of faith or background.
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen on Preston Flag Market at 4pm on Sundays from 26th Feb 2017.
Street Pastors are around the New Hall Lane and Meadow Street Area on Friday nights, and in the City Centre on Saturday Nights