Ipswich school fills 100 community food hampers

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Ipswich school fills 100 community food hampers

Students, parents and staff from St Alban’s Catholic High School in Ipswich have been collecting food and Christmas treats for deserving families in its community.


Deputy Head, Simon Corless, said: “Thanks to the incredible generosity of our community, mince pies, Christmas puddings and Christmas crackers are amongst the items that have filled 103 hampers, being delivered by our dedicated staff on the last two days of term after work.

“We would specifically like to thank the local firm Stokes Sauces (Woodbridge), who supplied a significant amount of beautiful jam. We hope that this brings a little joy and happiness to those families, as well as shine a light on the good that we can bring to each other in challenging times. Deo gratias.”

Pictured above are some of the team at St Alban’s School in Ipswich packing some of the 100+ Christmas hampers.

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