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Restore is the community outreach program at The Storehouse.  

We are committed to loving people and making a difference in Skegness and the surrounding area.


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The Restore Centre



The new Restore Centre is the home of our homeless outreach within Skegness. The purpose built space includes a kitchen for providing hot


meals at lunch time for those without cooking facilities as well as a hot shower, washing machine and tumble drier which is available for those who are homeless. The Restore Centre also hosts drop-ins targeted at meeting the needs of those who are homeless. 


Some of these are to include Rough Sleeping team, We Are With You, Double Impact, The Community Connector, Salvation Army and more.





On Tuesdays and Wednesdays we host our 'Reach for Wellbeing' group where those from the homeless community can build friendships with each other, play xbox, board games, table football and watch movies in a safe warm space. Clothing rails with free to take items and shelves containing food items are also available at the centre subject to availability.

All Restore Centre service users are required to get a referral from the East Lindsey District Council's rough sleeping intervention team.


To find out more please call 07424 923798.

Skegness Food Bank


Skegness Food Bank is a Skegness Fellowship of Churches Initiative operating from The Storehouse. We supply food parcels for individuals and families to provide three meals per day. Each parcel lasts for 3 days.


We work on a referral basis, which means that anyone wanting a food parcel needs to be sent to us by an authorised referrer for each food parcel they receive. These authorised referrers could be places like: Citizens Advice, Salvation Army or Schools. 




Skegness Food Bank is an independent Food Bank supported by volunteers and donations from generous local churches, business, charities and individuals. We get no government help to deliver our service.

With ever increasing bills for the public and client demand on the rise, the Food Bank is often very busy and as a result,


low on supplies. Donations of food items or monetary donations are always welcome. Despite our lovely pictures of full shelves, the reality is that most of the time our shelves are low of stock and we often have to go to the supermarket and buy food. We would be grateful for donations of the following in date items:



UHT Milk
Tinned Meat Meals
Tinned Potatoes & Instant Mash

Tinned Vegetables & Tinned
Cereals & Instant Porridge

Tinned Fruit & Rice Pudding

Pasta Sachets

Tinned Beans

Pasta & Pasta Sauce

Tinned Soup

Tea Bags & Biscuits

If you would like to make a monetary donation, please see the giving section to the website or click here.

As well as offering food parcels, the Skegness Food Bank also has shelving stocked with items that are free for anyone to collect and take away. Most commonly these are products that have either damaged packaging, passed their best before date, or they are over stock. In addition to these there is usually a selection of female sanitary products available as well.

If you are in need of a food parcel please contact Citizens Advice on 0808 278 7904. If you are referred, you will need to bring carrier bags with you to collect your food parcel. Our opening times are as follows:

Monday 10am - 12pm

Tuesday 10am - 12pm

Wednesday 10am - 12pm

Thursday 10am - 12pm

Friday 10am - 12pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

The Food Bank is closed on Bank Holidays.


Lunch Box 5000 is a restore project that provides a 3-course hot meal to the community of Skegness and the surrounding area

This takes place in the Storehouse coffee shop and is completely free of charge.

This all takes place on the first Monday of every month.


Booking is essential. If you would like to come to Lunch Box 5000, please call the Storehouse office on 01754 763362.


We look forward to seeing you.


Restoring Wellness

Restoring Wellness is a weekly project that provides a safe place to socialise, talk and meet new people in a friendly and warm environment. 

Our aim is to reduce social isolation, encourage participation and help those attending develop their own wellbeing through positive changes. We use arts and crafts, games, relaxation workshops etc to deliver these services.

Restoring Wellness is open on Mondays between 1pm & 2:30pm

Charity Shop

The Restore Charity Shop at The Storehouse is a great place to pick up a bargain. With reasonable prices and a great selection.

All of the proceeds raised go towards Restore projects, to make a difference in the community.

Opening Times:

Monday - 10am - 3pm
Tuesday- 10am - 3pm
Wednesday- 10am - 3pm
Thursday- 10am - 3pm

Friday- 10am - 3pm

Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed

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Working In Partnership With...


Shine Lincolnshire

Primarily, Shine Lincolnshire aim to connect people with the services and support that will most effectively meet their needs.

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Wellbeing Hub

The Wellbeing Hub provide grass roots level mental health support to the town & surrounding villages. We work alongside the Louth & Mablethorpe Hub too.

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Brotherhood Project UK

Bro Pro UK is dedicated to promoting and creating a safe place for men to meet, socialise, talk & receive support in areas of their lives that they are struggling with. 

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