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I don't have a government letter

but I am extremely vulnerable



If you are in the extremely vulnerable group and you need to stay at home, please do so.

If you have no food at home, please call us on 07704 586030.

We are a community resource set up to help our local community during difficult times. We want to help all those in the Worth Valley area.


Usually in the first instance, you will need a referral to access the Food Bank. This referral will normally come from Keighley Pathways. However, due to COVID-19 you can access the Food Bank without a referral. We will work hard to ensure you get the best possible support and to ascertain if there is any other help you may be able to access.

If you are concerned about how you will shop for food in the next few days, please call Bradford Council Contact Centre on 01274 431000. They will register your details and arrange for help by a co-ordinated team or individual. The contact Centre is open: 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Their web address is Bradford Council Contact Centre.

Please note that we are not co-ordinating any food parcels as part of the government effort. If you have any queries about these please call 01274 431000.

If you are receiving a government food parcel surplus to your requirements, we can make good use of it. Please arrange to donate it to Worth Valley Food Bank, see Donation Location points.


Financial Difficulty

If you are in financial difficulty and cannot afford your shopping, please call us on 07704 586030. It is also worth calling Keighley Pathways on 01535 610180 as they may be able to assist you.

Please also see our Useful Information page for more agencies and other sources of help and support.