With our diverse town population, distinct deprivation and a mixed local economy, it is not surprising that we as the Parish of Great Yarmouth and our three local churches play a big part in helping the needy, homeless and lonely among our neighbourhoods.
Our independent charity project Pathway operates out of The Minster Mission in Admiralty Road where three times every week we provide a hearty, hot lunch meal, practical help and advice, all wrapped up in a warm, friendly environment.
The most recent development was the launch in early 2022 of our new Yarmouth & Magdalen Food Bank in partnership with the Trussell Trust, which on referral from professional agencies, will help individuals and families with emergency food parcels to feed them as well as assisting with the next steps to escape their desperate situations.
The Parish are hugely grateful to our Pathway funders including Norfolk Community Foundation, The Mercers, CAF and WRAP as well as all the many individuals and corporate donors such as supermarkets and retailers who give invaluable donations of foodstuffs and practical aid.
Find out more about Pathway via our new dedicated PathwayGY.org.uk website.
You can visit Pathway at The Minster Mission in Admiralty Road, off South Quay.