Help us make a difference to those in need this Christmas
Donations for our local food banks are being gratefully received at your local Pygott & Crone branch
We have all lived through some difficult times in the last few years, so now more than ever it is important that we help families who need support over the Christmas period. We’re pleased to announce our annual Christmas Food Bank appeal where we are aiming to collect as many items of food as possible, in partnership with our local food banks.
We’re reaching out to our friends, families, colleagues, and local businesses to help us in this campaign. Every single donation makes a difference, no matter how small, and are being gratefully received at your local branch. To find your nearest branch, click here.
Below is a list of suggested items for the Christmas Hampers – but anything that is not perishable would be suitable.
If you are able to, please make a donation at your local branch. We’re collecting donations up until Friday 16th December 2022. Thank you.
- Selection Boxes
- Chocolate Santas / Coins
- Bars of Chocolate
- Boxes of Chocolate
- Cakes & Bars
- Christmas Fruit Cake
- Chocolate / Yule Log
- Fruit Panettone
- Christmas Pudding
- Christmas Biscuits
- Tubes of Cheesy Cheddars
- Jars of Jam
- Brandy Sauce / Custard
- Cranberry Sauce
- Gravy & Stuffing
- Tinned Tuna
- Tinned Ham
- Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Thank you for your support.
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