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Harvest Food Bank Collection - Thank You

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Thank you to everyone who contributed to the St Bart's Harvest Festival Appeal for food for the Nantwich Food bank.

We took a photograph of all the food collected, before taking it to the food bank this morning. As you see there is a huge amount of food, and we are so grateful for your generosity.

Nantwich Food bank supports local people in crisis with emergency food, transforming lives and building brighter futures.

The Food bank was amazed at the amount of food collected by our small community, and thanks the Church and the people of Church Minshull, for their generous gifts and support.

Thank you

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