Stower Provost’s harvest donated to Gillingham Food Bank


Parents, carers and children really pulled out the stops and gathered an amazing array of harvest fresh produce, pasta, rice, tinned food and toiletries in a collection for Stower Provost Primary School’s harvest festival. Fresh produce was boxed up and raffled, while dried, tinned food and toiletries were all donated to the Gillingham Food Bank.
‘Our afternoon of celebrations included a gathering to recognise the MacMillan Coffee Morning events running nationwide –however ours was an ‘afternoon cuppa’ instead!’ said headteacher Ailsa Boardman-Hirst. ‘This was followed by a special harvest assembly including, songs, poems and stories all linked to harvest and amazing food facts.’


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