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Louth pupils help struggling local families

Year six pupils from St Michael's School in Louth celebrate their annual harvest festival.

Year six pupils from St Michael's School in Louth celebrate their annual harvest festival.

Struggling families will be the beficiaries of St Michael’s School’s annual harvest festival this year.

Pupils from the Louth school brought in their own harvest gifts, including jams, tinned meat, pasta, cereals and drinks, which have been handed over the Louth Community Larder at the Holy Trinity Centre, run by Louth Churches Together, who will then distribute them to local families.

The school’s harvest festival this year was extremely well supported byparents, grandparents and friends of the school.

At the event on Wednesday children marked the occasion by singing many of their favourite harvest songs.

 

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