Royston’s Meridian School students step up to sort foodbank donations

PUBLISHED: 10:25 26 December 2017

Acting headteacher Kim Horner with Meridian students sorting through the foodbank donations. Picture: Meridian

Acting headteacher Kim Horner with Meridian students sorting through the foodbank donations. Picture: Meridian

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Meridian School has been a Christmas Collection Point for the Royston Foodbank once again this year.

Volunteer Year 9 students undertaking their Duke of Edinburgh Award have been working hard to organise and sort donations from parents, students and staff for the Foodbank Christmas hampers.

Acting headteacher Kim Horner said: “We really appreciate the support of our students and their parents for their generous response to this appeal. “Boxes of food have been collected and one of our parents sent in a donation of £100 to support the Royston Foodbank.”

For more go to royston.foodbank.org.uk

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