Pupils and families from Cranleigh Prep School were enormously generous this year with Harvest Gifts for older people in the village, which they brought to Rowleys Centre for the Community on Thursday.
Bea and Sam, who are Charity Prefects and George and Julie who are Chapel Prefects came along with Deputy head Teacher Stella Gravill and Chaplain Ruth Frett to unload cars packed with goodies ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables, to chocolates, biscuits and tinned goods.
These gifts have been put in separate “goody bags” and will be distributed to clients from Rowleys over the next few days.
Centre Manager Christine Napthine said: “We were amazed to see how much pupils brought with them and would like to extend our grateful thanks to all those families who donated to the schools Harvest collection this year. Our clients will very much enjoy receiving these Harvest gifts.”
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