Our school council recently visited the Millennium Centre in the village to raise some money to support two very worthwhile causes. The Council decided to repeat an event we held last year and organise a soup kitchen in support of the People’s Kitchen and Age Concern. Produce was donated by allotment holders and residents of the village, as well as being harvested from our very own plots in school, before being turned into delicious soup. The Council then set about selling it to members of the community with all of the proceeds going to charity.
It was a great success and we raised just short of £90 for these great causes. Mr Baker, a former teacher from Kibblesworth School who now supports the People’s Kitchen will be visiting school in a couple of weeks to tell us all about the fantastic work they do and be presented with a cheque to help them further.
Well done everyone!