Laptop donated to aid work of Royston Foodbank

15:03 27 February 2014

Cllr Lindsay Davidson, Matt Hall, chairman Royston food bank, Dr. Sarbjit Singh, md Bluebird care, Mandie Harwood, co owner Home Store and Andy Williams treasurer food bank during the laptop hand over

Cllr Lindsay Davidson, Matt Hall, chairman Royston food bank, Dr. Sarbjit Singh, md Bluebird care, Mandie Harwood, co owner Home Store and Andy Williams treasurer food bank during the laptop hand over

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Progress towards opening Royston’s first foodbank has been aided by the donation of a computer.

Stevenage firm Bluebird Care has donated the laptop for volunteers to use at the food bank’s story warehouse, which will be located at Homestore in South Close.

The foodbank, which will be open to people in Royston and the surrounding villages, will be officially opened on Saturday, March 29, by Royston’s mayor, Cllr Bob Smith.

Organisers have also been boosted by a grant from Royston’s County Councillor, Fiona Hill. She has contributed £250 to the project via her locality budget.

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