Food for those in crisis

PUBLISHED: 17:00 25 June 2012

Chris Bailey, Tom Yacomeni, Tim Haines, Ian Fraser Foodbank Manager, Simon Luffman Sainsburys Store Manager with Joanne Anderson and Rachel Drury from Priory Community School.

Chris Bailey, Tom Yacomeni, Tim Haines, Ian Fraser Foodbank Manager, Simon Luffman Sainsburys Store Manager with Joanne Anderson and Rachel Drury from Priory Community School.

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A SCHOOL helped collect a record-breaking amount of food for families in crisis.

Students from Priory Community School oversaw the collection of more than half a tonne of food in about 10 shopping trolleys full from Sainsbury’s in Worle for Foodbank.

Staff at the academy in Queensway, Worle, have also been donating food for Foodbank in recent months.

The charity is supported by churches across the town and helps collect essentials for families in crisis.

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