BOTLEY BRIDGES Christmas Hampers for local households on a low income
A note for all Parishes
Christmas is around the corner and with the global pandemic it has been a challenging year for many local households.
Botley Bridges are providing hampers for households/ families with a low income in West Oxford, Botley, North Hinksey and Cumnor.
Requests for a hamper from households on a low income can be made by adults in the household or by adults on behalf of a household by one of the following methods:
- Online: https://forms.gle/NTEmQVSoiJ2AY1Jp8
- Downloading a form from the Botley Bridges website - www.botleybridges.org
and emailing the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Completing a form and handing in to your school or pre-school – schools will have hard copies available.
We are also looking to our local community to spread some Christmas cheer.
Can you donate?
• Dried food
• Christmas treats
• Wrapped gifts for children or adults (stating age and sex suitable for)
Donations can be dropped off at St Peter and St Pauls Church Hall, Botley on Monday 21st December from 2-5pm or Tuesday 22nd December from 10-4pm.
If you cannot drop off at these times please e-mail email@example.com to arrange an alternative venue and time.
Can any parishioners volunteer some time to help pack? We are short of volunteers so your help would be appreciated. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07769275084
This is a joint venture between the Community Larder, Food for Charities and Botley Bridges Family Support. And thanks to the Church of St Peter & St Paul Church which has donated the hall free of charge.
Sue Dowe, Chair of Trustees, Botley Bridges