THE HARVEST donations are flowing for Droitwich Foodbank at the town’s St Peter’s C of E Academy.
Children and families have risen to the challenge to fill the ‘harvest room’ for the charity – a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger across Droitwich.
Harvest services have been held at St Peter’s Church with all children given the opportunity to attend.
The service focused on the importance of showing gratitude and pupils have also been involved in making ‘thank you’ cards for friends, animals, sunshine, farmers, swimming pools and even pineapples.
Deputy headteacher Lucy Mills said “The amount of food and items donated this year has been outstanding.
“A good harvest can provide and then the kindness of others can spread that harvest further.
“A big ‘thank you’ to our families and children for their kindness and generosity, it really is a tremendous sight. ”