School gives harvest donation to foodbank

PUBLISHED: 10:00 16 October 2015

Bournville Primary School

Bournville Primary School


A WESTON-SUPER-MARE charity which hands out food parcels to people living in poverty welcomed a donation from one of the town’s primary schools.

Bournville Primary School in Selworthy Road held a harvest festival on September 24 to celebrate autumn, and to make donations of fresh and dried food.

Tinned food and packet items were given to Weston Foodbank – and the children went along for the handover to see what the charity is all about.

Manager of the foodbank Sarah Fraser gave the youngsters a tour of the North Street headquarters.

Fresh food items were also donated to the Gemini Project – a domestic abuse support service.

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