Harvest festival and Food Bank Trip!
To start off the day Jean De Garis came in from the local church to talk about Harvest festivals.
After assembly, the house captains helped Mr Gould by packing up all the food into crates. After that, we loaded up the mini bus and set off to Poole food bank.
Arriving at Poole food bank, a lady introduced herself. She was the owner of the food bank. We started to take all the food inside of the store. There was over 7 crates full of food and snacks that we had donated.
She told us about what the food bank was used for. It is used for people who are struggling to buy or get something to eat.
It was such a fun mini trip
A huge thank you to all parents who donated something for this worthwhile charity. JJJ
Written by the House Captains
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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