Thank You For Your Hard Work This Christmas


We promised that we would match your purchases of Morrison’s supermarkets “pick up parcels” which give your local food banks the things they need at this time of the year but always run out of.

Our volunteers said that they would put their hands in their pockets and match your purchases to double your donations for your food bank.

The Grand Total Is!…

Grand total of your purchases and ours was: £287.00 worth of food that has helped the most vulnerable in our communities this Christmas!

Thank you so much for your help and a big well done. you truly have made a difference this Christmas.


Are You Struggling With Food?

If you’re struggling with the cost of food or unable to get food, we can help you!

You can find contact information for a range of food banks and charities who can help you. You can find their contact information on our help and support page here.


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