Kirkhill Community Centre has developed a Community Cupboard to provide supplies to anyone that needs them during the COVID-19 crisis. The idea is not only to help those who can’t get out and about, but to help prevent people from having to travel to Beauly by bus to pick up essentials. It is stocked with donations of non-perishables, bread, milk, eggs and frozen ready meals. It also gets donations from Tesco through Fare Share. It has been supported by a grant from Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
Cupboard opening times
- Mondays 10:00 to 13:00 (best day for bread, fruit and veg)
- Tuesdays 10:00 to 12:30 (Post Office also open)
- Fridays 10:00 to 13:00 (Post Office also open)
Please wear a face covering and make sure you adhere to the social distancing guidelines and hygiene measures.
If you need a food box delivered contact Brenda who can arrange a delivery.
Please leave a financial donation to help with restocking if you can – if you can’t, it’s a gift.
Donations of non-perishable food is very welcome – a tin of soup, a tub of custard if that is all you can manage will be fantastic.
Hand Sanitiser Refill Station
A hand sanitiser refill station is available in the community centre at the same time as the Community Cupboard is open. This is thanks to Dr Ross Jaffrey and the Safe Hands, Saves Lives project. It is available to anyone, just take along a bottle to fill.