A helping hand for Lent

To mark Lent, a Bridgnorth school has done its bit to help the wider community. St John’s Catholic Primary School Head, Jessica Buzzing, took the lead in the initiative by making a donation to the town. Parents were then invited to follow suit by contributing non-perishable food items. The school was inundated with donations which were taken to Bridgnorth Food Bank this week.

CAPTION: St John’s pupils with the donations of food.


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