As the cost-of-living crisis continues to bare its teeth, Flambards is joining forces with our local foodbank to tackle the issue of food poverty.
With the prospect of a long winter ahead for many people, Flambards is offering a half price adult ticket in exchange for a £3 donation on the weekend of Saturday 7th - Sunday 8th October.
Help transform lives by donating an item or two from our shopping list to ensure that we can provide food to help people in crisis. Thank you.
How it works?
Simply book your £10 ticket to Flambards online, then on the day of your visit bring with you a donation of non-perishable food to the approximate value of £3 per person (or make a £3 donation to the foodbank on the day)
Donation suggestions -
- Powdered milk
- Rice pudding
- Small tins of ham
- Sponge puddings
- Instant mashed potato
For example – You could purchase a £10 ticket and donate three tins of custard on arrival (approximately £3)
Terms and Conditions
If you do not bring a donation, you will be required to pay the full adult price of £21.95 or £16.95 for children
Season pass holders can enter for free, but a donation is still suggested.
Helston and The Lizard Foodbank
Helston and The Lizard Foodbank is part of a nationwide network of foodbanks supported by The Trussell Trust. Besides providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, the trust campaigns for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.
It is at Mustard Seed Café in Wendron Street on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (10am-2pm) and there is also an outlet at Mullion Church on Fridays (10am-2pm).
For more information on Helston and The Lizard Foodbank, call 01326 564194 or email [email protected]
Voucher referrals for those needing to use the food bank can be issued by GPs, the Job Centre, social workers, Citizen’s Advice Bureau, Christians Against Poverty, Church Ministers, Family Hubs, health visitors and schools.