Food Services Available Over The May Bank Holiday Weekend
Over the long bank holiday weekend there will be changes to the usual food services available for homeless people in Southend. Here is a summary of what's available from HARP and other agencies and groups:
Friday 3 May
Storehouse, Coleman St, 11.30am-12.30pm / 1.00pm-2.00pm
57 West, 6 Clarence Rd ‘Drop in’ (Tea/coffee/toast/snacks) 12.00noon-3.00pm
Love on the Streets ‘Soup Kitchen’’ Clarence Road Car Park 7.00pm-8.30pm
Saturday 4 May
57 West, 6 Clarence Rd, ‘Community Meal’ 12.00pm-2.00pm
Street Spirit ‘Soup Kitchen’– Clarence Road Car Park 7.00pm-8.30pm
Sunday 5 May
Mama’s Soup Kitchen Clarence Road Car Park from 6.00pm-7.30pm
Monday 6 May (Bank Holiday)
One Love ‘Soup Kitchen’ Hollybrook Site, Carnarvon Road 7.00pm (rough sleepers) 7.30pm (non rough sleepers)
Tuesday 7 May
The Bradbury Day Centre, York Road, ‘Rough Sleeper Breakfast’ 9.00am – 11.00am
All Saints Church, 1 Sutton Rd (by roundabout), Breakfast 8.00am-11am
Salvation Army ‘Community Breakfast’, Clarence Rd 10.30am-12 noon
The Bradbury Day Centre, York Road ‘Lunchtime Service’ 12.00noon – 1.30pm
Homeless Street Hub ‘Soup Kitchen’ – Clarence Rd Car Park 7.00pm- 9.00pm
Service Opening/Closing days:
HARP Emergency and Supported Housing Services are staffed as usual throughout the Bank Holiday period.
The Bradbury Day Centre on York Road is open up to 4.00pm on Friday 3 May. The Day Centre will reopen at 9.00am on Tuesday 7 May. Rough Sleeper Night Packs are available all over the weekend and Bank Holiday.
Southend Vineyard Storehouse – Closed after Friday 3 May. Open from Wednesday 8 May and back to the normal weekly pattern commencing with ‘Family Storehouse’.
57 West Closed after Saturday 4 May. Open again on Wednesday 8 May.
Please note: HARP has been kindly provided with the above details to inform service users and local stakeholders of the services available during this Holy Week/Easter period. Please contact the relevant agencies about these services.