Pupils hamper raffle stocks Kintyre Foodbank

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A Kintyre Larder hamper raffled by a Grammar School learning group has boosted foodbank funds.

Mr Grady of Knockscalbert Way won the hamper of Christmas goodies in a raffle, organised by Enterprise pupils,which raised £115 for Kintyre Foodbank.

The winning ticket was drawn by history teacher Miss Rigney, with S4 Enterprise pupils looking on.

Enterprise and vocation teacher Ron Wilson said: ‘I would like to thank the public who purchased the raffle tickets, the shops for selling them on our behalf and the Kintyre Larder for supplying the food hamper.

‘Christmas can be a difficult time for families and it’s really rewarding for our pupils to be helping Kintyre Foodbank.’

S4 Enterprise groups’ hamper draw. NO_c51Hamperdraw01