Foodbank benefits from harvest festival

Staff and pupils with harvest gifts for Clevedon Food Bank and dressed in pink to raise money to sup

Staff and pupils with harvest gifts for Clevedon Food Bank and dressed in pink to raise money to support their african piggery project. - Credit: Archant

STACKS of supplies have been donated to Clevedon Foodbank by schoolchildren in the town.

Staff and pupils with harvest gifts for Clevedon Food Bank and dressed in pink to raise money to sup

Staff and pupils with harvest gifts for Clevedon Food Bank and dressed in pink to raise money to support their african piggery project. - Credit: Archant

As part of its annual harvest festival, Yeo Moor Primary School invited pupils to bring in a wealth of tinned food and groceries.

These will be given to the foodbank, which gives out food parcels to individuals and families in need.


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