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Leeds youngsters’ harvest for OAPs

Ellie-Mae Acaster and William Redmond with some of the fresh fruit and vegetables.

Ellie-Mae Acaster and William Redmond with some of the fresh fruit and vegetables.

Children from Fulneck Junior School donated the fruits of their labour from their harvest festival to three sheltered housing schemes.

Pupils collected tins of fruit and vegetables for the festival, which has been held at the school’s own church for more than 25 years, before the food was handed out to residents living at Galloway Court, Greenside and Claremont Grove in Pudsey.

Nursery and pre-prep children also got in on the act by bringing in baskets fresh fruit and veg that were given to people living near the school in Fulneck.

David Goulbourn, headmaster of Fulneck Junior School, said: “Our annual Harvest Festival service is always well attended by parents and, as ever, we are extremely grateful to them for their generosity.”

 

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