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Harvest and the Foodbank.

posted 6 Nov 2020, 04:44 by Website Admin
This year we have celebrated Harvest festival with the children in our class worships, along with Canon Mole, Reverend Rachel Rat and Deacon Foxley-Loxley. We talked about saying ‘Thank you’ for our food and those who produce it for us and then considered how we could help those who were less fortunate than we are. This brought us onto the subject of the Foodbank, which is helping so many people at this difficult time.

Many of you have been kind enough to send in tins and packets for us to take to the Foodbank, thank you very much. Those gifts will be dropped off at St. Stephen’s Church where they are collected and taken on to the Foodbank for us. If you still have gifts for the Foodbank, St Stephen’s are having a regular collecting session on a Thursday between 11am and 1pm and we would ask you to drop any further gifts off directly to them. The list of items they are looking for is as follows: SMALL BAGS OF RICE, LONGLIFE MILK/JUICE, SHAMPOO, CARRIER BAGS/ REUSEABLE BAGS, SQUASH, TINNED FRUIT, DEODORANTS, TINNED POTATOES, TINNED PUDDINGS, TINS OR PACKETS OF CUSTARD, JAM, PEANUT BUTTER, TOOTH BRUSH/ TOOTH PASTE, RAZORS, SHOWER GEL, SMALL JARS OF COFFEE, SMALL WASHING POWDER/LIQUID, SMALL MULTIPACK SNACKS (PENGUIN/CLUB/TWIX), TINNED TOMATOES