Warm spaces and food support
Find out about the network of places that can offer people in Pembrokeshire, who are struggling with the cost of living, a warm welcome, a chance to socialise, free meals, food and other household essentials. There are options available for everyone.
Find out about keeping warm and well in Pembrokeshire. Use our interactive map to find the community buildings and other spaces where you can be sure of a warm welcome and free tea or coffee.
Use this list to find out about the range of food support near you.
If you are experiencing hardship, PATCH could support with free food parcels, clothing and households items.
A nationwide network of food banks, the Trussell Trust provide emergency food and support to those in need. Get help from your local food bank.
Anyone can pick up, or drop off, surplus food – it is a great way to reduce edible food going to landfill. Find out more about Community Fridges near you.
Connect with local food producers and suppliers for easy access to healthy and great value food. Find out about the PLANED food hubs in Pembrokeshire.
Find out what food support is available for children at school.
If you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have a child under 4, you may be entitled to get help to buy healthy food and milk. Find out more about the NHS Healthy Start scheme.
Provide young people aged 11-25 with a range of opportunities and activities, often including a place to grab a drink and bite to eat. Find a Youth Club in Pembrokeshire.
If you are in an emergency situation, where you have no immediate finances or family support to buy pet food, Cariad Pet Food Bank can help to ensure your pets don’t go without food.