B Cador: October 2016
Thank you to everyone who supported our Harvest Festival this year, by attending the service at St Margaret's or donating to the Nantwich Foodbank; it was very much appreciated.
In a world of increasing hardship that fills our TV screens on a daily basis, it is important that, whilst we sing songs of thanksgiving for the harvest brought to us by the farmers around the world, we also acknowledge that for some, the spoils of the harvest are not so easily enjoyed. As a community school, it is important that we 'do our bit' to ease the hardship for those that are struggling in our local community and let them know that 'they matter' to us.
Thank you to Mrs Owen for kind words of encouragement, following our harvest festival service: 'Just wanted to send you a note to say how much I enjoyed the harvest festival. The song choices were fantastic and the kids sounded wonderful!' and to Richard Jones who left the following comment on our Facebook page: The Harvest Service went well too yesterday. Mrs Winward also received lots of positive comments too, which were lovely to hear.
A big thank you to all involved in preparing for the service.
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