Loose Ends Newbury
Serving the homeless and vulnerable
Loose Ends is a drop-centre in Newbury serving food to the homeless and vulnerable. We are run by approximately 60 volunteers who serve up to 120 meals a week and give over
6,000 hours a year of their time to helping Loose Ends.
We prepare and serve healthy, hot meals in a safe and friendly atmosphere and also offer mini food parcels, toiletries and clean clothes to all those in need.
Our Opening Times
Monday 12.30 - 13.30pm Lunch
Tuesday 12.30 - 13.30pm Lunch
Wednesday 09.30 - 11.00am Breakfast
Friday 09.30 - 11.00am Breakfast
Sunday 16.00 - 17.30pm Lunch
Last meal is served 15 minutes before closing
Thank you to The Furnitrue Project for helping us with the move.
Barnie our breakfast chef extrordinaire checks the sausages are properly cooked.
Enjoying Our New Home
We succesfully moved to our new home at Newbury Cricket Club on 6th May. It was an exciting day for both volunteers and clients - and the weather was on our side with sunshine all the way!
Thank you to everyone who made this move possible.
Supervisors Kirsty & Gill ready for our first session after a lot of hard work to get everything prepared in time.
Thank you Newbury Cricket Club for providing such a great venue!
Enjoying a coffee in the sunshine after breakfast.
Linda Fergusson our Chair and volunteer Rachel keen to start serving.
Needless to say we need help with the cost of settling into our new premises and with our ongoing running costs. If you can help please follow the link to our local giving page.
Or if you want to help us in a more tangible way there are lots of things we really need on our Amazon Wish List that you can buy for us.
Don't forget to use your Co-op card to help us
Co-op Members are now able to support Loose Ends as part of the Local community Fund.
If you are already a Co-op member you can now select Loose Ends as your local cause. If not sign up as a Co-op member now.
Either way follow the link below and don't forget to swipe your card when shopping.
Assist the homeless and vulnerable in the Newbury area by providing a drop in centre open to all adults in need
- Serve a meal during each session
- Distribute donated or purchased food during sessions
- Distribute donated toiletries and clothing
- Guide ('signpost') clients to other agencies or charities that may be able to offer more help as needed
- Show compassion and acceptance to all
As we provide food, we are required by law
to comply with food hygiene regulations. During our last inspections we were given
a 5* rating.