Harvest Festival to support Stourbridge Age Concern and Kidderminster Food Bank

Students at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre donated Harvest gifts to Age Concern Stourbridge & Halesowen and Kidderminster Food Bank as part of this year’s Harvest celebrations.

Donating a selection of food products, Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright stated: “The school has supported Age Concern in Stourbridge for many years and this year we also wanted to support our local Food Bank in Kidderminster as both organisations are providing amazing support and help to so many people in need within the community.

“These organisations provide vital services and it is paramount they continue to do so, which is why we are always ready to assist them in any way we can.”

Joined by Holy Trinity’s school dog Fern for their assembly, children from the school donated in a wide selection of canned goods, tea, pasta, vegetables, biscuits and cakes which are now to be shared between the two charities.