Rugby barbers donated hampers will help spread festive joy
KIND-HEARTED staff at a Rugby barbers have provided 15 Christmas hampers to Christians Against Poverty.
Matt Robinson, Mojo’s manager and a prayer minister at St Andrew’s Church, heard about the need for extra hampers from Rob Parker-Gulliford, a warden at St Andrew’s. He put out an appeal on Facebook in the hope that an extra hamper or two would be donated for people who are facing tough times. Matt designed posters printed free of charge by Church Street Printers and distributed to nearby shops.
Businesses including Brown and Cockerill, Terracotta Boutique, Newman Estate Agents, Fish Plus, Go Staff Recruitment, Complete Estate Agents, About My Area.Com, Britvic, and Lee Martin Photography also donated to the appeal.
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