A FOOD bank that has been helping Dalmuir, Bowling and Old Kilpatrick residents during the coronavirus pandemic is now distributing from three different venues.

Donations to Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels from all sorts of businesses and individuals have helped the project grow arms and legs in just a few weeks of being set up.

Every Wednesday, distribution venues now include 12-2pm at The Twisted Thistle and Dalmuir Barclay Church, as well as Bowling Snack and Shop between 12.30-1.30pm.

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On May 20, a total of 38 families received free food parcels, compared to the 21 families who turned up on the first week (May 6) and 29 on the second week (May 13).

Old Kilpatrick residents Maureen Cummings and her husband Gordon hope to continue the service after the pandemic.

Maureen told the Post: "We couldn't do this without the support of our volunteers Fran Alston, and Elaine and Leigh Wilson." 

To donate, you can drop off food to various stores including the Keystore, Usave, Nisa and Scotmid, all in Old Kilpatrick, Dalmuir’s Terminus or Coop, Jim’s Snack and Shop in Bowling or the Savers in Clydebank.

Or you can donate cash by clicking here.

Visit Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels on Facebook for more info.