Access to Food

Supermarkets are reporting that deliveries are arriving daily and shelves are being stocked. For some residents, getting food supplies can still be difficult.

Scottish Welfare Fund

The Scottish Welfare Fund is there to help those in an emergency and can help with food and utility costs. You can make a claim by telephoning 01506 280000 or going on line to fill in the form:

Access to emergency food parcels from the Food Bank

Access to emergency food parcels from the Food Bank can be arranged by contacting the Advice Shop on 01506 283000 or telephone Citizens Advice Bureau on 01506 432977. These can be delivered to your home if needed.

Access to community food

Details on how to access community food is available online. This online map gives you access to local pantries and community fridges:

Food Train

If you are over 65 and need someone to get your food messages, then please contact the Food Train:

Free School Meals

Children entitled to free school meals can access food at various locations in West Lothian:

 

If you need any help or support with getting food then contact the Advice Shop on 01506 283000 or email anti.poverty@westlothian.gov.uk