Old Buckenham High School finished off the autumn term with their
annual collection of food to donate to St Martins Housing Trust in Norwich.
Every year students fill and decorate hampers for a competition before the food
is delivered to people who are trying to get back on track after being homeless.
This year the hampers were judged by Adrian Joel (chairman of Old Buckenham Parish Council), the
deputy manager and staff from the Sainsburys store in Attleborough, volunteers from St
Martins Trust and Ron Brewer who edits the Old Buckenham Newsletter.
The boxes of food were decorated in many ways. One had wheels, another legs while another portrayed a table set for Christmas dinner. The first place
for decoration went to students in class 8T followed by 10T and 7CR in joint
second place. Class 9T also received a prize for the 'Most-filled hamper' and
all winners received chocolates kindly donated by Sainsburys.
After judging had taken place, all the contributions were packed into the back of a van and transported off to Norwich where the St Martins Housing Trust will be able to make good use of them in the run up to Christmas.
Students had also produced their own personal Christmas cards to go to those being helped by St Martins.