A new report produced by West Cheshire Foodbanks presents one of the most systematic and detailed explorations yet conducted of people receiving emergency food in the UK.

Evidence was gathered from two years of collaborative research exploring emergency food provision from the Trussell Trust in West Cheshire. The work builds on and updates their 2015 report and combines detailed statistical evidence on the personal characteristics of people using foodbanks, their reasons for referral and expected duration of income crises alongside narratives of people receiving emergency food in West Cheshire.

Read the full report here.

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