Shoppers help Foodbank with donations
Customers at ASDA Bideford filled a trolley with donations within the first hour.
Bideford Foodbank volunteers were out in force gathering donations off shoppers at ASDA Bideford on Friday.
Customers were handed a shopping list at the store’s entrance with a list of non perishable items that would be of use to the charity.
Within the first hour, the volunteers had already collected a whole trolley-full of goods.
The Foodbank will be opening the doors to its new premises on the High Street today (Wed).
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Anyone interested in donating items to the Foodbank can do so by visiting 21 High Street, Bideford, or online at www.bideford.foodbank.org.uk/
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