Pathway Homes Group has dropped off a haul of ‘kettle goods’ for service users at Morecambe Bay Foodbank, as weather temperatures plummet and hot foods become essential.

The local charity, part of national network, ‘The Trussell Trust’ is committed to providing three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to the charity in crisis.

The foodbank also support homeless people through food donations. Through discussions with charity workers, it was recommended that Pathway Homes Group donate dried foods including pot noodles, super noodles and biscuits. Kettle goods are considered ideal as kettles are often the only facilities available in hotel rooms, where homeless people have been placed due to Covid-19.

Shaun Driscoll of Pathway Homes Group explained: “As a socially driven property development company delivering homes for some of society’s most vulnerable people, it’s important that we support vital outreach and charitable organisations such as the Morecambe Bay Foodbank. We’re really pleased to be able to make this small contribution.”

Dave Smith, Operations Manager at Morecambe Bay Foodbank said: “Once again, many thanks for your donation to Morecambe Bay Foodbank, the goods you donated are invaluable at this time of year and in our current circumstances.”