Clevedon School Helps Families
Clevedon School has launched a pop up fruit and veg shop on its grounds to help struggling families during the pandemic.
The pop up stall is available to families which are normally in receipt of free school meals and may be finding it difficult to put food on the table while classes are closed due to lockdown.
Some of the food has been supplied at a discounted rate by local businesses EW Jenkins, a long term supporter of the school.
Local businesses including Tesco and Murrays Italian Deli have also stepped forward to help donating items, with parents donating cash to expand the provision and pay for additional stock.
Items up for grabs include broccoli, leeks, apples, oranges and melons. Other items such as pasta, biscuits, rice, crumpets and bread are also available.