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A food bank is stockpiling food in anticipation of a surge in demand caused by the furlough scheme ending and a potential no-deal Brexit. Before the first national lockdown in March, Shefrield Foodbank in Sheffield served about 30 people a week. Now it has weekly users and manager Andru Keel says they are "bringing in more storage units" to cope with demand for tinned and dried goods.
Mr Keel said the charity, based in the Arbourthorne area, had struggled at the height of the pandemic "when the s went through the roof". Jessica Hodson, 34, and her partner Neil Thompson, from Bridlington, have been using a food bank for seven years.
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Every little bit helps," said Mr Thompson, 56, who currently works at a nearby food factory. We'd probably have ended up not paying some of the bills or delaying the payments so that the kids can eat.
The family usually make a twice-monthly visit to the food bank but at the height of the pandemic, this increased to three times a month. With fears of a no-deal Brexit, a third Coronavirus wave and potential job losses when the furlough scheme ends, the couple said they were concerned about future pressures on the food bank. She said there had been "a dramatic increase in demand" with three food banks being set up in the East Riding "specifically due to Covid".
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The East Yorkshire Foodbank, in Beverley, fed 6, people between April and November, compared with 2, in the same period last year, she said. Job losses, a fall in household incomes and people being required to shield or self-isolate had fuelled the surge in users, added Ms Taylor-Robinson. Recently, Chancellor Rishi Sunak modeels the furlough scheme to run until the end of April Send your story ideas to yorkslincs.
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