David Wilderspin: July 2019
Here is a MESSAGE FROM VINEYARD: Contrary to what you might think, summer is one of the busiest times at the Foodbank. School holidays mean that children miss out on their free school meals and this, together with the pressure on families to buy new school uniforms etc, means hard pressed families really struggle at this time. At present they particularly need tea, coffee, long-life milk and sugar. Please help if you can.
Vineyard's food bank is supported by the Vineyard Church congregation, other churches around the Vale including AMC, local supermarkets, schools donating their Harvest Festival collections and various local organisations that have collection points in their offices. For their website, click here.
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