Plenty of fruit for Earls Barton holiday club

Store manager Michelle Hole with the Rev Miranda Hayes  and Abby Hill, Lucy Van Zoelen, Eloise Middleditch and Dominic Hill

Store manager Michelle Hole with the Rev Miranda Hayes and Abby Hill, Lucy Van Zoelen, Eloise Middleditch and Dominic Hill

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The Co-operative Food Cambridge and East Anglia Area Committee has donated a raft of fruit to the Earls Barton Together Play Scheme to keep local children eating healthily throughout the holidays.

A total of 100 pieces of fruit a day is being delivered from the Co-operative Food store in High Street, Earls Barton, to the Together Play Scheme at All Saints Church each day this week (August 20 to August 24), for snacks throughout the day sessions.

Michelle Hole, store manager at the High Street store, said: “As a community retailer, helping local groups like the Together Play Scheme, is something that is very important to us, so we are pleased that we can support the group and play a part in helping our local children to get their five a day at the same time.”

The Together Play Scheme is run by the Rev Miranda Hayes at All Saints Church in Earls Barton and runs until August 24, for local young children, offering fun day trips, arts and crafts sessions and other interactive activities.