A foodbank in Newcastle has been forced to bring in extra supplies from across the country because demand in the city has soared.
Food and drink has been sent from a sister organisation in Lincolnshire because the Newcastle West End Foodbank has been running out of supplies.
Volunteers say the number of people using the service has rocketed from 30 people a week to 1000.
Michael Nixon from Newcastle West End Foodbank says he thinks demand will continue to increase.
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