Seaton Rainbows visit the Foodbank
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Youngsters celebrate the harvest and praise all our food producers
Seaton Rainbows have been thinking about the Harvest – and why we should be thankful to the farmers, fishermen and those who produce our food.
This week the youngsters took a trip to Seaton Foodbank to
meet some of the volunteers who work there and find out what happens to the donations, how they are sorted and made ready for the public.
The Rainbows also collected a large amount of items which they took along to donate to the Foodbank.
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Leader Gail Welsh stressed how important it was for the Rainbows to see community generosity in action, both in the donations and the volunteers, and to understand that there are people who are in desperate need of food and household items locally.
They needed to be constantly thankful for what we have.
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She added: “The Rainbows all want to continue supporting the local Foodbank with their families.”