“Tins to training” – supporting the local food bank!

*** Update following the second lockdown ***
Thanks for those that brought tins in on Sunday - we will pass them to the People's Pantry.  As we return, hopefully in December, we will resurrect this important initiative. Stay well!
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We’re teaming up to support the Peoples’ Pantry food bank operating out of the club on the run up to Christmas.
We are asking the M&J Section to bring a small donation to training each Sunday between now and 13th December. The Peoples’ Pantry would love any donations but especially:
Tins of food (except baked beans, soup and tomatoes – they have loads!)
Non-perishable food stuff (except pasta – again they have a lot)
Toiletries
Any Christmas themed donations
It is totally optional but if you want to donate please leave your donation on the table at KP on Sundays between 9.15-10.45 or on the table inside the changing room entrance at the main club and we will pass to the People’s Pantry each week.
Thank you in advance!

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