The Royal Dockyard
Tinned food, packets, and any other non-perishables that are in date
Fresh fruit and vegetables as well as bread and milk.
Examples of tinned goods: meat, sausage & chicken meals, ravioli, curry, macaroni, chilli, bolognese, cold meat (corned beef or Spam/ham) fish, soup, baked beans, spaghetti, kidney beans, chickpeas etc, tinned tomatoes, custard/rice pudding, pasta or rice, tinned potatoes, tinned vegetables, tinned fruit
Examples of other non-perishable foods: spaghetti or lasagna, cook-in-sauce (bottle or packet), packet noodles/savoury rice etc, cereal, coffee, tea, treats (biscuits etc),UHT milk, sugar, soft drinks, jam, marmalade, flour, pickles, sauces, gravy powder
Small household items, from cutlery and plates to bedding and towels. Small practical electrical items (toasters, kettles etc.) are PAT tested and given out. We are always in need of items such as: towels, pots and pans, crockery (not tea cups), cutlery, tin openers, kitchen utensils, kettles, toasters, irons, lamps, microwaves, vacuum cleaners, nappies, washing powder, shampoo/conditioner, soap, deodorant, sanitary wear, toothbrushes, tooth paste and razors.
We need all clothing from underwear to coats and everything in between, with a particular need for men’s and boys’ clothes as there are more ladies’ items donated than anything else.
We also need large sealable cardboard boxes and carrier bags.
Updated on July 23, 2020, 8:12 a.m.
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