Time Out are pleased to be able to offer Fruit & Veg bags packed full of fresh produce to those living in rural villages of North Warwickshire. The following localities are ready to offer these from October!...
Each fortnight the bags will be available to collect from Baddesley Ensor Community Hub.
You may qualify for a free bag if you are:
If you are not able to collect the bags yourself then please speak to a member of the Time Out team who can offer help.
For those living in other parts of the borough, please complete the contact form below and we will consider your request if we have availability.
· Milk (semi or skimmed)
· Tea Bags
· Loaf of bread (white or brown)
· 6 eggs
· Small bag of potatoes
· Tub of spreadable butter
· 4 tins baked beans
· 2 tins tomatoes
· Orange squash
· Bag of sugar
· Breakfast cereal
· Washing up liquid
· Toilet roll & Kitchen roll
Quantities and items may vary depending on availability but we will ensure that boxes are packed full of essential items to fill your cupboards
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting all of our lives throughout the UK in some way. Our job is to support those most vulnerable within the communities of North Warwickshire.
Now as life returns to a new normal, and people return to work, Time Out are still here to help. All of our Covid-19 Support Services are still available FREE of charge thanks to support from charitable grants.
We are sticking to strict hygiene procedures and Government recommendations. We are doing all that we can to protect all service users and staff which is our top priority.
For further information about the coronavirus and essential advice please click below.
Unfortunately our funded support scheme has been suspended and won't be operating for the foreseeable future.
We provide regular visits at home or take customers out to a place of their choice. This can include to activities, groups and shopping.
Providing a break for informal carers.
Transport and support to take customers to their appointments.
With thanks to Heart of England Community Foundation we were invited to appear on BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire's Upbeat programme with Sandra Godley.
It was a great way to spread the word about our new funds courtesy of Harrison Beale & Owen Accountants.
Take a listen to find out more about what we do and why.