Woodbury Salterton Primary School holds harvest day

PUBLISHED: 06:30 22 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:13 25 October 2017

Pupils from Littleham Primary School at their harvest celebration day

Pupils from Littleham Primary School at their harvest celebration day

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Woodbury Salterton Primary School pupils celebrated the annual harvest, collecting food items for Exmouth Community Larder.

Pupils from Littleham Primary School with the food collection which has been donated to Exmouth Community LarderPupils from Littleham Primary School with the food collection which has been donated to Exmouth Community Larder

Pupils from Woodbury Salterton Primary School have been celebrating the harvest with cooking and singing.

Children from class one sang ‘The Farmer Plants a Seed’ and considered a recipe for stone soup.

They all shared their bit of food to make a soup together.

Class two and three used an acrostic harvest poem, where the initial letters spell out a word, to make everyone think about people who do not have enough food.

A collection of food items was also made at the school for Exmouth Community Larder.

Anthony Bernard, of the larder, spoke about the work the charity does feeding more than 1,500 mouths per year.

According the larder’s monthly update, demand has never been as high for the service as it was in September.

The Exmouth Community Larder opens regularly on Mondays, from 2pm to 3.30pm, and on Fridays, from 1.30pm to 3pm, at the Salvation Army hall, in Sheppards Row.

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