Foodbank for Christmas

Girls from Bridgnorth Rainbows pack recently spent time learning about the Bridgnorth Foodbank, which is situated next to the Baptist Church in West Castle Street. They spent time with Rainbow leaders Debbie Berry, Jane Phillips and Megan Harper considering others as part of their Rainbows’ Promise and donated food items to the foodbank. Bridgnorth Foodbank was set up four years ago to help local people in emergencies, and organisers are especially looking for donations for Christmas. Donations can be left in boxes at all the town’s churches, Sainsbury’s, Barclays Bank and the town council offices in St Leonard’s Close. For more information about the food bank, either to donate items, to volunteer or if you are in need, visit bridgnorthfoodbank.co.uk or call 07960 285520. Please note recipients need to be referred by an agency.

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