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What a harvest!

What a harvest!

What a harvest! Our first Harvest Festival in the new school building did nothing to dampen the generosity of students and staff alike when donating foods and toiletries to this year’s collection. The Harvest celebration was held on Friday 10th November, and this was just as big a success as the donations we received this year. As is our tradition, the Year 7 students sang the school harvest song with great gusto, led as always by Head of Music Mr Griffith.  Our entrance hall had tables lined up and overflowing with food, so much that a good amount had to be moved into storage in order to keep space available! Needless to say, a smashing effort was made by all involved! The food will be distributed to our regular recipients, Forum Housing and the Chester & Ellesmere Port Food Bank, who will use the food to provide emergency rations for vulnerable young people, adults and families in our area. In a time where food poverty is a very real issue in the UK, it remains an honour for the Neston High School community to support these two very worthy charities, who expressed deep gratitude for all the effort made by the cohort.

So a huge thank you to all the students and families who donated to this very important cause, and well done to Year 7 for your enthusiastic participation in the celebration. This generosity and enthusiasm is greatly appreciated and makes a real difference.