Watch out for the dashing vicars!
On Saturday May 4 a number of Louth clergy are doing a trolley run through town for Louth Community Larder.
The plan is that the public will help fill the trolleys with tins of food that will help replenish the Community Larder.
The clergy will be meeting at Eastgate Union Church at 10am, and then will be running through the streets calling at local shops, pausing in the Market Place for a chance for anyone to put food in the trolley, and finally ending at St James’s Church.
The plan is to fill three shopping trolleys to overflowing
Shopkeepers are asked if they could contribute something as the trolley passes their door. Tinned and dried goods, but no fresh goods are required please.