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Harvest gift handed over

By West Briton  |  Posted: November 15, 2012

Abi, Abbie, Lois and Scarlett from St Martin-in-Meneage C P School who visited the Mustard Seed Café to deliver foodbank items.

Abi, Abbie, Lois and Scarlett from St Martin-in-Meneage C P School who visited the Mustard Seed Café to deliver foodbank items.

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ST MARTIN-in-Meneage schoolchildren have visited Mustard Seed Café, Helston, to deliver items for the foodbank.

The goods were collected during the school's harvest festival.

The children had a look around the café and learnt about the work it undertakes.

Helston Foodbank started in January 2012 and a total of 500 people have been fed through the scheme.

The café is open from Monday to Thursday, from 10am to 3pm, and on Fridays between 10am and 2pm.

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  • toffer99  |  November 15 2012, 12:07PM

    Its the 21st century and we still need to operate foodbanks.

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