With a little help from our friends

With the help or the crews from The Great British Beer Company and Dust Demons Ltd and a few other fabulous volunteers with transformed the old pub and the bright colours left after it was a restaurants to a more calm plain colour
We use the back entrance 126 Northwalls ST16 3AD for access as the front will remain closed

The Lord Nelson – Eastgate Street

In 1687 John Payton inn keeper at The Cock (Market Place) obtained a 21 year lease on a plot of land and appears to have built a dwelling, malt house and barn on it sometime within the term of the lease. He probably extended the lease in 1709 when he left The Star (On Mill Street on the site of Blacks Menswear) and moved by 1784 it had become two dwellings.

Richard Hodgson had purchased the west one in 1784 and the east one in 1798 sometime between, he converted the west one to the Queen’s Head

In January 1806 the Great Bell of Stafford tolled once every minute as a mark of respect during the funeral position and internment of Admiral Lord Nelson, the inn was then probably was renamed to the Lord Nelson as a lasting tribute to England’s hero.

The Inn has been empty for the last fours years and was a restaurant ‘Nelsons’ before closing . It is currently going back on the market


The sign of the Lord Nelson refers to Viscount Horatio Nelson. At the Battle of Trafalgar on the 21st of October 1805 with 27 ships .A crushing defeat on the numerically superior French Spanish fleet of 33, with only 17 escaping. He died 3 hours after being wounded by a musket ball on HMS Victory.


Doing our bit with Santa’s little helpers

Thank you George and Lexie for working hard collecting food at Tesco Extra for FareShare who provide food and support to people facing hardship in the UK

Thank you to everyone that has been over to talk to us and find out about Fareshare’s amazing work 💗

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Advent Calendars from M&S Riverside Stafford

🤶 Racheal Olley from Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance 🤶 Gayle Routledge from A Child Of Mine – Supporting Bereaved Parents picking up the advent calendars from Hearts & Hands Stafford donated by M&S – Stafford Riverside 🎅🎁🎄

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Hearts & Hands Appeal

It’s that time of the year when we are planning Christmas.

Last year we helped a record amount of families and with your help this year we want to be able to help even more families !

We will be giving each family a huge food hamper with fresh meat, vegetables and items to make a beautiful Christmas dinner. All ready for delivery or pick up on Friday 22nd of December

There will be gifts for each child within the family and a treat for the adults. Any donation you could give we would be extremely grateful. Stafford has a brilliant community and always comes together.

The money will be used to purchase all the items needed for the hampers; gravy, stuffing, apple sauce, fresh Turkey, chicken or vegan alternative, pigs in blankets, dessert, toys and games and all festive foods

From all the team at Hearts and Hands – Thank you so much for your support.
Paypal admin@heartshands.uk
Bank details Hearts & Hands Sort Code 30.98.97 Account No. 27040762

Thank you to everyone who visited Hearts & Hands Stafford today and our ‘unofficial’ opening of our new premises. Including Pudsey ! We wish to thank Stafford Town Chaplain Revd John Davis for donating a cheque from Staffordshire United Services Aid Fund to help with the aid we give to ex service men and currently serving who need a bit of help

If you are working or retired and in need of a bit of help then email for a food hamper and we can help admin@heartshands.uk ❤️👐️We have Paypal admin@heartshands.uk and our bank details are; Hearts & Hands sort code 30.98.97 account 27040762 ❤️👐️

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Asda Foundation and Hearts & Hands

    Thanks to your vote we were delighted to become the winner of £500
  • We have been nominated to be part of Asda’s charity, Asda Foundation Green Token Giving online vote through your local Asda Stafford store.

Please click onto the Asda link here and vote for Hearts & Hands Stafford, it takes less than a minute https://www.asda.com/green-tokens/store?store=4613

Thanks to Asda for this wonderful opportunity to win some money to help those friends and family who need a little help .

Feel free to share this post. You’ve got to be in it to win it 🙂

From Sunday 1st January and voting will close at midnight on 30th April 2023. The group with the most online votes will receive a £500 donation with second place receiving £400 and third place £300 you will be able to vote once every seven days

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Help us support others in the community

We appreciate any tinned or non perishable food left at the food collection points listed which we then place into our food hampers or to our HQ at New Beacon Enterprise Park Weston Road Stafford ST18 0BF which we then place into our food hampers
To donate via Paypal = admin@heartshands.uk
Tel; 07534831455

About us at Hearts & Hands

Spearheaded by Katie and Lorraine Community Project Managers of Hearts & Hands and a dedicated team of volunteers who deliver free food parcels, man surplus food points in Stafford area, collect and distribute surplus food to community groups schools and other charity groups 
Assist othe cummunity groups in sources items for those in need 
Continually fundraising at markets and fair to continue the work in the community 
+Those who are eligible for food parcels are never charged