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People affected by changes to the benefits system, and low income families in a crisis, are currently the main reasons why people seek foodbank help.
She was proud of the foodbank and added recipients were overwhelmed with the support.
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been an increase in gifts from the public that matches the increase in demand for food."
"I see the foodbank becoming a community hub in the future. Foodbanks will always be there. I hope they won't be perceived as propping up the state benefits system and will be a place for support and refuge among a crisis. They are the way to revitalise the relevancy of the church," Mrs Willimott said.
The foodbank, supported by the Trussell Trust, launched in March 2012 and runs a popular caf open to everyone at the Cromer Methodist Church Hall on West Street from 11.30am 1pm every Thursday.
Unemployed Christopher Scott, 28, who lives in temporary Overstrand accommodation with partner Kayleigh Cheetham, 26, and their six month old daughter Ruby, has received Nike Zoom Bb 3 food from the charity for three weeks.
Trustees want to expand the charity's support work which includes advocacy for debt problems; supporting children in low income families that do not qualify for free school meals; and partnering up with housing associations and the Citizens Advice Bureau.
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He said: "I have never known help like it before."
And out of 2,357 people who received parcels from April 2013 to March 2014, a third were children.
Cromer Foodbank volunteers. Ken Masters filling food parcels in the warehouse. ANTONY KELLY
But she added: "People need more than just food. A lot of the time people come for a compassionate ear."
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The Rev Sharon Willimott, trustee and Methodist minister for the north Norfolk circuit, said: "The number of people we have helped has more than doubled from one year to the next.
and District Foodbank increase threefold
for people leaving hospital.
The charity has 110 volunteers and is supported by more than 70 churches, 67 partner organisations and schools.
And the number of people helped by the Cromer and District Foodbank many of them children has doubled.
Distribution centres are at Aylsham Parish Church (Mondays 9.30 11.30am) North Walsham Catholic Church Hall and Sheringham Catholic Church Hall on Wednesdays; Cromer Methodist Church Hall on Thursdays; and Holt Youth Project on Old Station Way, Holt, on Fridays ( all 1.30 3pm).
Foodbank centres in Cromer, Sheringham, Holt, North Walsham and Aylsham, received 28 tonnes of food from April 2013 to March 2014 compared to 10.8 tonnes the previous year.
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