Lambourn Junction is a service run by volunteers to provide a food hub for local residents, as many find themselves in need during this unprecedented time of Covid-19.
The Lambourn Junction is located in a secure unit at the back of the carpark behind Goodie’s Cafe.
The Lambourn Junction would like particularly to thank all the volunteers and people who have made donations, The High Sheriff of Berkshire (above with Julie Blogg), Baydon House, Sovereign Housing and Councillor Howard Woollaston; and the Royal British Legion which was very supportive in allowing the Junction to use its premises over the summer.
11am to 1pm Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
If you need anything outside these hours please call Julie on 07840 780345. Deliveries can be arranged.
If you’re wondering how you can help those in your village, please consider donating to the Lambourn Junction between 11am and 1pm Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. We are very grateful for the following food donations (we can’t accept non-food donations):
- cereal, pasta, rice, beans
- tea, coffee, UHT milk
- soup, pasta sauce
- tinned meat and fish
- fruit juice
Please provide items in small sizes which will be easy to distribute individually.
Eligibility for using The Junction
- loss of job
- loss of income
- change in circumstances
How to contact The Junction
If you know anyone who might need a bit of help, please encourage them to call either Julie Blogg on 07840 780345.
Please also follow us on facebook here facebook.com/The-Lambourn-Junction
The Lambourn Coronavirus Community Response Group has provided a network of volunteers who have helped establish the Junction in the heart of the community it serves, which includes Lambourn and the surrounding areas of the Lambourn Parish.