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She declined to discuss it with The Independent on Sunday.
Back in Witney, the Rev Gavin Woan at Elim Christian Fellowship, will run a free meal service when the food bank moves to a new home in the town in the new year.
Ms Cypher said: "In 2013, we shouldn't have to be here, but life is harder.
Bills are going up; food is more expensive and it's easier than ever before to get into debt." According to Ms Cypher, who says she set the bank up after struggling herself in the last recession, Oxfordshire West Food Bank relies entirely on donations and counts the local Women's Institute, the town's Freemasons, local firms and a nearby Waitrose store among its biggest and most generous donors.
Mr Mould says the Trussell Trust isn't a political organisation, but he hears that many of its volunteers see the welfare system as "increasingly appearing inhuman" and are "distressed and puzzled" by number of people "who are clearly unwell and have been deemed fit for work".
He said: "I'm glad David Cameron visited his local food bank in Witney, but that's just one independent location and he's declined the invitation to visit one of our 400 food banks.
"Jo was so kind-hearted to start this food bank," she said.
She told the Oxford Mail that she took the decision to open one in the town because so many people use the facility in Witney.
Meanwhile, the charity Barnardo's has reported a 94 per cent increase in the demand for food aid from the people it helps.
The situation is so grave that some doctors have called it "a public health emergency", and earlier this month – for the first time since the Second World War – the Red Cross assisted in the gathering and distributing of food parcels in the UK.
It stands to reason that there are going to be very large numbers of people who can't make ends meet."The demand for food aid is growing rapidly, according to the organisation, and so far this year the trust has helped 500,000 people with food parcels, compared with 346,992 last year.
Church Action Against Poverty has launched a national Britain Isn't Eating campaign after its research found that half a million people were reliant on food aid.
Witney isn't the sort of place you associate with poverty, homelessness and hunger.