Financial Support and Food Banks


HAF Warrington

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Easter 2022 HAF Holiday Club

If your child is entitled to income based Free School Meals they can book onto the HAF Easter Clubs. Please see the poster below for more information and details of how to book.

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Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme 

HAF is funded by the Department for Education and offers vulnerable children, and children who are eligible for benefit-related free school meals, to take part in holiday clubs. It offers a multitude of activities alongside healthy meals. Please click below to see what HAF can do for you: warrington.gov.uk/HAF

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What are food banks?

Food banks are a bit like supermarkets, but everything is free! They are for people who, for whatever reason, are struggling to afford to buy enough food to eat.

The products available in food banks consist of basic items that people need to live, most of which are given to the charities by members of the public.

It's not just food available, though. Other essential items like loo paper and soap are also available.

Where are our nearest food banks?

Click on the link below to see a list of food banks in the local area:

Please note that you need a food bank voucher to access this service. Please use the contact details below to found out the best way to do this.

Phone; 07583 080 521


Hapi Hub offers people living in the are the chance to come along and take items of food that they think they will need.

Phone; 07368 295217

Where to go; Orford Community Hub (there are other locations in Warrington, call the number above to find out where)

Address; 102 Hughes Avenue, Warrington, WA2 9EW

When; Monday-Friday 9am-3pm

Facebook groups (that offer support with food)

Helping Hands Orford

Good Guys group

Friends of Meadowside

Kings Church, Warrington

Free Food Warrington