ANOTHER Middlewich supermarket is helping to feed our foodbank by opening a new donation point.

Lidl, in Chester Road, now has a donation point for shoppers to leave items for Middlewich and District Foodbank.

It comes as the Guardian continues its Feed our Foodbank campaign, shining a spotlight on the tireless work done by the volunteers committed to keeping our community fed.

A spokesman for the foodbank said: "If you can put one item in when you do your shopping please do. It makes all the difference."

Middlewich Foodbank already had collection points at Jack's and Morrisons, in Middlewich, as well as Sainsbury's, in Holmes Chapel, and Waitrose, in Sandbach.

Winsford Guardian:

You can also arrange to drop food off to the foodbank direct at Middlewich police station, but call the foodbank first on 07712 279949.

This week, Middlewich Foodbank needs Angel Delight, jelly, rice pudding, sponge puddings, crackers and toiletries.

If you need support from the foodbank, try to get a referral from your GP or child's school.

Alternatively, call Citizens Advice on 0344 5766 111.

Winsford residents can get support from Mid Cheshire Foodbank.

Call or text Citizens Advice 07894 238 963, from 9.30am to 4.30pm on weekdays, or call the council's Covid-19 hotline for a referral on 0300 123 7031, from 8am to 7pm, seven days a week.

Donations to Mid Cheshire Foodbank can be made at Asda, in Winsford.

This week, the foodbank is short of desserts, fruit and pasta sauce.

The Guardian would like to thank readers for their continued generosity during the Feed our Foodbank campaign.