Christmas Hamper Appeal
Christmas is a time for presents but it's also a time to remember the importance of charity, compassion and giving.
With that in mind we're now accepting donations for our annual Christmas hamper appeal.
Last year we were able to put together 18 boxes of food and festive treats for local families in need, this year we're hoping to make 20 hampers.
So, what kind of items are we looking for?
- Tins of soup
- Tins of baked beans or spaghetti
- Tinned meat
- Tins of vegetables such as peas or potatoes
- Jars of jam or marmalade
- Teabags and jars of coffee
- Dried milk or evaporated milk
- Pasta or rice
- Mince pies or Christmas pudding
- Cakes and chocolates.
- Soap, shower gel or bubble bath
- Toothbrushes and toothpaste.
- Christmas cards
- Christmas crackers.
Please drop your donations in to the Chapel by Thursday 12 December, every little helps as they say!
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