Over the last few weeks, students and parents have been donating food to fill up a trolley for local people in need. In addition, cash donations have been flooding in to support our local foodbank. Volunteers from the Foodbank came to collect the first full trolley back in November. Students are continuing to bring in goods to fill another trolley!

Due to the generosity of parents and students, we raised an amazing £850! With the support of the Co-operative food store in Wem, this has been boosted to £1000 worth of Christmas supplies.

In liaison with the Foodbank, we have provided essentials items needed. Items donated include Christmas cakes, mince pies, biscuits, stuffing mix, Christmas crackers, crisps, chocolate logs, custard etc. All will go to families in need over the Christmas period.

Last week, we met volunteers from the Whitchurch Foodbank at the Wem Co-op who had come to collect all the items.

Thomas Adams would like to say a big thank you to Wem Co-op Manager, Simon Thornley, for his continued support.

Below photo (L-R) Whitchurch Foodbank Volunteers, Simon Thornley Manager at Wem Co-op, Ted Lawrence Year 8 Head Boy, Gertie Bielstein Year 8 Head Girl, Mark Cooper Headteacher, Luke Morris Year 9 Head Boy and Izzy Talbot Year 9 Head Girl

Whitchurch Foodbank donation

Below photo (L-R) Year 13 Sixth Form Head Boy, Jakub Bledek, Year 13 Head Girl Caitlin Hall with Year 7 Head Boy, Cameron Wales and Year 7 Head Girl, Charlotte Beale

Whitchurch Food Bank trolley donation

Headteacher, Mark Cooper with Thomas Adams students, Simon Thornley – Manager of Wem Coop. All items boxed up on their way to the Whitchurch Foodbank.

If you would like to know more about the Whitchurch Foodbank, including how to donate or how to get help, please visit Trussell Trust

Finally, thank you to everyone for donating – we are very proud!

The Thomas Adams School
Lowe Hill
SY4 5UB 

01939 237000

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