B Cador: June 2020
Yesterday, I thanked our school and community for their generous support and actions during school closure only to receive yet another two unexpected but much appreciated acts of generosity and kindness in the afternoon.
Firstly, Janet and Neil at the village shop donated £329 to the school from the sale of plastic carrier bags (I believe). This was a lovely surprise yesterday and one that has been gratefully received. As we are unable to undertake the usual fundraising that supports the extras for our children in school, these donations really do matter to us.
Janet and Neil, we know you are stepping away of the village shop next week but we can't let you go without saying that everyone involved with Wrenbury School thank you for your years of support of the school and the children and we all wish you both the very best in the future.
Secondly, I also want to thank Joe, again; his donation of Film Night family treat boxes have been very much appreciated by those who received them. Thanks, Joe!
On a final note, I also forgot to mention John Robinson's (governor) two very generous donations of toilet rolls, kitchen roll etc during lock down. Sorry, John! Again, these have been much appreciated — (not only when high demand made toilet paper a scarce commodity in the early days of lock down but to take away some of the additional financial burden school was facing). Thank you!
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