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Trinity School pupils donate food parcels for Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 11:45 11 December 2017

Children from Trinity School donating their collected food to Clarissa Harris from the Foodbank on the far left with Tesco Community Champion Lesley Davey far right

Children from Trinity School donating their collected food to Clarissa Harris from the Foodbank on the far left with Tesco Community Champion Lesley Davey far right

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Shoppers witnessed a topsy-turvy supermarket sweep when school pupils walked in with bulging trolleys and left empty-handed.

The students from Trinity School were donating food parcels for Children in Need.

Pupils Zain Azhar, Daniel Kusi, Jessica White and Charlie Woolford-Fearn handed over four trolleys filled with goods at the Tesco Extra shop in Roneo Corner, Romford.

“The school is so proud of these pupils who have put in a great deal of effort in raising such a great deal of food,” said teacher Katrina Lehman.

“We also appreciate the support we have had from staff, friends and families.”

The Heathway, Dagenham special needs school pupils joined Tesco community champion Lesley Davey and food bank volunteer Clarissa Harris for Friday’s donation.

“Trinity is a school that always appreciates the support that we are given and this was an opportunity to give something back to the local community,” added Katrina.

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