Girlguiding group gives a helping hand to those less fortunate this winter
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A girlguiding group have been helping those less fortunate than themselves this winter by helping at their local foodbank.
The 1st Roydon Girlguiding went to Waveney Food Bank with donations and keen helping hands.
The visit to the foodbank was inspire by a visit from Graham Reardon, from the Waveney Food Bank, who explained the work it does in the community.
Girlguiding leader Emily Pilsbury-Gaunt said: 'The girls were all so generous and brought crates of donations which will really help the food Bank to continue its brilliant work.'
The donations included items which the food bank is running low on and a what a food parcel would include such as; breakfast cereals, pasta, and tinned goods.
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She added: 'The girls helped to pack lots of food parcels for those in need. Although this was fun for the guides, they were all really understanding of just how much help they would be giving and assisting to those need.'
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