Food Bank stocks are low!


The summer of 2019 sees many empty shelves.  Whilst donations during the harvest season and the run up to Christmas filled the shelves this supply has now all been used up.  The highlighted items have run out on occasion and are most likely to be needed.  Since the need fluctuates with demand and the donations that are received these items may change from time to time. 

Tinned Vegetables – peas – carrots – sweetcorn – green beans – tomatoes

Tinned Fruit All types e.g. Mandarins, Peaches, Pears, Fruit Cocktail

Tinned Meat – Meat Pies – Stewed Meat – Slicing Meat (ham corned beef)

Sponge Puddings – Custard – Rice puddings and similar

Baked Beans, Rice, Breakfast Cereal, Fruit Juice, Squash, Tea, Coffee, Biscuits, Jam, Marmalade, Peanut Butter, Pasta Sauce

Long life food from the above list (no fresh food please!) can be donated in our collecting boxes at The United Reformed Church in Street as well as Morrison’s and Earthfare stores in Glastonbury.  There is also a small box in Nationwide. All the churches in “Churches Together in Glastonbury” will also take donations. Many of the churches in the wider coverage area of BA6 and BA16 will take your donations for the foodbank but please check with them first.  Cash donations are also welcome – please consider filling in a Foodbank Gift aid form so that income tax can be reclaimed on your donation.

Tel: 07980 458600

E mail:

Plastic Free Street

Street Parish Council would like Street to gain plastic free status and it is seeking volunteers to manage this. 

Cllr. Debra Drew will be happy to meet volunteers and form a group which will work with, but separate to the Council. 

There are 5 objectives which need to be met in order to achieve plastic free community status.

Further information on the plastic free communities can be found at:-  



Venue: Street United Reformed Church, High Street, Street, BA16 0ER

Date: Wednesday 12th June 2019

Time: 2.30pm – 8pm

The landowner of the above site, The Ninesquare Trust, is holding a public consultation exhibition for proposed housing development of the site prior to their submission of an outline planning application later this year. This is an opportunity to see the draft masterplan and the results of the technical work carried out to date and to provide feedback on the proposal.