‘I have to choose between food and heat’: demand soars at food bank in Tory held Wandsworth

As the cost of living crisis deepens, the queue of people in Earlsfield needing food and essentials grows

Up the road, estate agent windows display £850,000 properties and there’s a wide selection of high-end coffee shops.

But in recent months, every Thursday morning, a queue has formed outside St Andrew’s church in Earlsfield, part of the London borough of Wandsworth, as the redbrick building transforms into a food bank.

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