Food, Shopping & Delivery Services
FOOD, SHOPPING & DELIVERY SERVICES
Croydon Council contact email for people in sheltered or council housing: email@example.com.
Supermarket Shopping Times for Older/Vulnerable Residents - March 2020 (Covid 19)
Tesco (not smaller stores or express) ... Mon, Wed & Fri: 9-10am
Sainsburys (not smaller stores) ... Thurs: 7-8am
Morrisons ... Mon-Sat: 9-10am
Asda ... Before 9am
Iceland ... Before 9am
Other Food/Essential Services
Sainsburys telephone ordering service: 0800 328 1700
Iceland telephone ordering service: 0800 329 0800
Milk & More: 0345 606 3606
Parsley Box: 0800 612 7225 (vacuum-packed meals delivered within 2-4 days, 10 for £29.99)
Wiltshire Farm Foods: (Frozen - can only take orders from existing customers or the extremely vulnerable right now) 0800 077 3100
Fruit & Veg
Addiscombe Fruit & Veg: 07860 860472 or 07921 658147 If you have placed an order, you will get a call at some point in the day of delivery to let you know how much your order is. Your options to pay are cash, cheque or bank transfer. You can either get the bank transfer details over the phone when we call you or you can call myself or James for the details on the numbers above. Please be patient when waiting for your order. We are getting out up to 100 orders a day at the moment and your delivery will be with you at some point of the day as the delivery drivers are doing everything in their power and more to get these out to you as soon as possible. In response to those asking for a price list, this is a very tricky task at the moment as items are subject to availability and prices are very up and down at the market especially at the moment with everything that's going on but we still have your basics so potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, bananas, Pears, oranges, satsumas, grapes, apples and so on.
Honestly Grown: order via WhatsApp to collect fresh fruit/veg at Norwood Junction every Wed & Sat, 11am – 7pm 07850 247920
Thoroughgood’s (Suure St): 07952 692788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DM Houghton (Vegetables): 020 8462 7935
First Choice Produce: 020 7498 0550 www.firstchoiceproduce.com
Food Point Produce: Wholesale prices for groceries. www.foodpointproduce.co.uk
Fresh Connect: Supplying essential fruit & veg. 020 7720 4126 www.freshconnectuk.com
Magnificent Marrow: Essentials, fruit & veg, Flowers & plants. www.magnificentmarrow.co.uk
Wood Fruits: Fresh fruit & veg delivred to Croydon area. email@example.com
The Organic Delivery Co: Fruit, veg, dairy, eggs & Cilled foods. 020 7730 8181
Bashford's & Co. (Butchers): meat delivery to your home. 020 8657 7558 www.meatpac.com
Parkers Meat, Wallington: Meat deliveries (can also possible source bread & other snacks) Mon & Fri - text message on 07903 749815 or facebook/instagram message to services@oldwhits.
Superior Meats: delivery service 020 8660 6326 or Craig 07926 828042 www.superiormeats.co.uk
Beelivery: Anything you can get at the supermarket! www.beelivery.com
Upstream Seafoods: Free home deliveries of fish & seafood. 020 8667 1251 www.upstreamseafoods.com
Kindred Bakery: Delivering to those in isolation or quarantine. 020 3638 2547 firstname.lastname@example.org
M&S will deliver from BP petrol stations.
Nisa Store: Groceries, papers etc. 01689 942285
Lord Roberts on the Green, Woodcote (Takeaway/delivery service): 020 8660 2000 / 07840 980674 www.lordrobertsonthegreen.com
Heinz, £10 delivery service of tinned goods: www.heinztohome.co.uk
Cure Pharmacy: 020 8664 3875 www.curepharmacyuk.co.uk
Bids Chemist: 020 87664 2230 (Norbury, SW16 4AE)
Superdrug: Online NHS prescriptions www.onlineparmacy.superdrug.com
Village Pets, Sanderstead: 020 8657 1791
If you are aware of an elderly, vulnerable person who may need help with food and essential supplies, please contact Age UK on 020 8686 0066 or email email@example.com. They will need the person's contact details, DOB, any dietary requirements and any other relevant info (eg. can they open a can or packet). They will add the person to their list and deliver around every 2 days.
Selsdon COVID19 - Food Support Group:
Selsdon Contact, Selsdon Centre for the Retired, Monks Hill Food Stop, the local Selsdon Churches, GP Surgeries, Vintage 62 and Sainsburys are all working together to provide a bag of shopping to the most vulnerable residents living in the Selsdon area.
If you can spare a few tins or some toilet roll to help a vulnerable resident you can drop a donation (if you have no food, a monetary donation would be much appreciate) at the Jubilee Cafe, Lower Ground Floor, 132 Addington Rd, South Croydon. They are open Mon-Fri 10am-3pm. Alternatively, you can make a donation through their website: Selsdon Contact.
They are particularly looking for the following items --- tinned or packet soup, sugar, washing powder, tinned fish/meat, toilet roll, long life milk, pasta, baked beans, tea bags, soap, rice, tinned veg, coffee, tinned pies, instant mash, powdered milk. They also need fresh produce regularly (milk/bread/veg etc).
Neighbourly is an award-winning giving platform that helps businesses make a positive impact in their communities by donating volunteer time, money and surplus products, all in one place. Here is the link: www.neighbourly.com
Covid-19 Mutual Aid UK
Covid-19 Mutual Aid UK are a group of volunteers aiming to support the network of local community groups organising to support people through the coronavirus pandemic. There are now thousands of local groups across the country. Find your local group here:
Community Projects by area:
New Addington Area
The Fieldway and New Addington Food Stop
A community food-sharing membership scheme. Tues & Wed, 10-12. The Family Centre, Fieldway, New Addington, CR0 9BS. Tel: 07498 058733 / 016889 844 277. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Food Matters are closed currently for regular activities due to the COVID 19 situation. What we ARE doing in response is starting a Good Food meal distribution service - initially this will be supporting the New Addington and Fieldway area, local food bank and the FOOD STOP. We are looking to scale this up quite quickly depending on demand and support and resources.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the elderly, isolated and people with compromised immune systems are worried about going to the shops to buy food. Many people are watching their livelihoods collapse. A lot of people are struggling already. People may go hungry.
Good Food really Matters and we want to help those in need and we need your help!
Using our 5-star hygiene rated kitchen we want to switch out services to a FREE food home delivery service - taking healthy, nourishing food direct to the doorsteps of our most vulnerable community members for example to Cedar House, warden assisted housing, shelters and other points of need such as the Family Centre who are opening the FOOD STOP an extra day on Fridays for older people.
Linking in with community organisations we want to
Cook lots of home-cooked nutritious "ready meals" including culturally appropriate meals
Make available some healthy meals full of fresh veg to keep vulnerable people as well as can deliver them to those in most need/ isolation .
Keep a friendly line of support open for anyone in crisis to signpost to additional support .
Grow windowsill crops such as cut and come again lettuce, basil, coriander, parsley and microgreens for distribution across the community.
Please get in contact with Amanda from Good Food Matters in order to learn more about this service as it develops. Email email@example.com or call 07715905033
Salvation Army, New Addington
The Salvation Army office in New Addington can help with an emergency food parcel for any local vulnerable or isolated person/family who doesn't have any support at the moment. We can take into account food allergies, religious food restrictions etc! To refer a family we will need the following information: Contact name, number of adults, number of children, telephone number, address (New Addington, Selsdon, Forestdale residents only), and any special dietary requirements.
Thornton Heath Area
Parchmore Community Connect & Food Stop
Tel: 020 8653 7353 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alive Community Centre
The Elim Pentecostal Church in Thornton Heath has set up a food hub supporting residents in the CR7 postcode. The Elim Pentecostal church has set up a Hub supporting residents in the CR7 postcode through the delivery of food parcels. We collect fresh and other food from a number of supermarkets for their food bank and have now set up to be able to deliver food parcels to local people shut in. We are also negotiating with local pharmacies to help deliver prescriptions. www.mershamroad.org or email the email@example.com for more information
Cassandra Learning Centre
We are providing freshly cooked hot meals for the elderly and vulnerable in Norbury and Pollard's Hill. We can provide both meat and vegetarian meals as well as halal meat upon request. The delivery will take place on Thursday the 2nd of March- please contact us as soon as possible to be added to our delivery list. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text 07714735568 or 07852525468.
Our meal choices are as follows:
Meat Option - Grilled Chicken in Khoshari with a spicy tomato sauce (which is an Egyptian noodle)
Lentil in Khoshari with a spicy tomato sauce (which is an Egyptian noodle)
Free delivery service in Norbury & Pollard's Hill. email@example.com or 07714 735568 / 07852 525468.
South Norwood Community Kitchen
Our Community Kitchen will be running as normal every Saturday from 12pm-2pm providing hot meals both to takeaway as well as have delivered - we also do takeaways and deliveries of cooked meals and food parcels on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Hot meal takeaway & delivery service in South Norwood. firstname.lastname@example.org
Oasis Community Partnership
Norwood Junction Oasis Community Partnership Our weekly 'Foodcycle' community meal, based at Oasis Academy Ryelands, will now be delivering free parcels of food, on Friday evenings, to local vulnerable families.
Please use this link to sign up
Filling in this online form doesn't guarantee a food package, as it will depend on the volume of requests, distances and what our volunteers can handle etc. But we will do our best.
Delivering free food parcels, every Friday evening to the vulnerable in the area. www.foodcycle.org.uk
All of Croydon
Revify Community Initiative
Emergency food deliveries for those in need during COVID-19 throughout Croydon. Please contact email@example.com or 07757 754637.
Esther Community Enterprise
Please be advised that our voluntary organisation is still operating admist the Corona virus outbreak
We are providing food parcels and operating our foodbank services within Croydon and other surrounding areas
Food bank and food parcels within Croydon. 07947 488497 or 07891 555938.
Emmanuel Parish Church, South Croydon
Food supplies & telephone befriending support - firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8688 8876
Telephone befriending support and food deliveries - email@example.com or 07914 677179.
Ongoing Services during COVID-19 (Befriending, Groceries, IT Help)
During the fast-moving scenario presented by the COVID-19 virus, all internal services at Croydon Vision will be closed until 4th May. The health and wellbeing of our members, volunteers and staff is paramount and for this reason, services will become more virtual with some minimal one to one home visit. Over the coming weeks, Croydon Vision will continue to monitor service impact and update stakeholders. In the interim, please see below our business continuity service plan: Information and Advice (Telephone service only)
· Financial guidance and advocacy
· Benefits advice
· Information and support with talking books service
Grocery: personal shopping for members – essential items only
Lunch Service: eat & live well; cooked meal delivered (cost applies)
· Telephone befriending during normal working hours
· Preventing isolation through home visits (please be assured; outreach team will have on personal equipment)
· Home service - setting up social networking with family/friends
· Set up, and using internet shopping for food/other
· Telephone support – quick how’s and response
· Fortnightly newsletter; interactive – promoting mental wellbeing
· Talking News will continue to be available weekly Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 020 8688 2486 for more information on all of these services.