Eric Liddell Centre Lunch Delivery programme

The Eric Liddell Centre has launched a Lunch Delivery programme to help vulnerable people during the Coronavirus Lockdown.

The Lunch Delivery Programme started on Monday 6th April. The Centre provides a free soup and sandwich lunch five days a week, Monday to Friday, to support individuals/families who are vulnerable in some way or who would benefit from a little bit of extra support via the provision of a healthy and wholesome lunch, at this difficult time.

They expect to be able to provide up to 500 lunches per week.

The project is supported by Celtic FC Foundation, the participation of McLarens on the Corner (Signature Pub Group), along with all the amazing Eric Liddell Centre volunteers and staff.

Deliveries are mindful of the government’s advice about COVID-19 and social distancing. The lunches are being left at the front door by volunteers, wearing suitable protective gloves, to avoid direct contact with recipients.

If you are interested in receiving this, please contact them as soon as possible, by emailing Zsofia Molnar at  with your name, address with post code and telephone number, confirming how many lunches would be helpful for you and your family. If you have any dietary requirements, you can share these too.

Once they have heard that people want to be included, they will contact people to confirm what date their; lunch will start being delivered to their door, until they reach their full capacity which will be approximately 150 lunches each day.

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