Students from Witchford donate food, toiletries and gifts to Ely Foodbank

PUBLISHED: 17:06 17 December 2019 | UPDATED: 17:06 17 December 2019

Students from Witchford Village College set up a reverse Advent calendar to help Ely Foodbank. Picture: JO GORDON

Students from Witchford Village College set up a reverse Advent calendar to help Ely Foodbank. Picture: JO GORDON

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Students from Witchford Village College set up a reverse Advent calendar to donate food, toiletries and gifts to help Ely Foodbank.

Students from Witchford Village College set up a reverse Advent calendar to help Ely Foodbank. Picture: JO GORDONStudents from Witchford Village College set up a reverse Advent calendar to help Ely Foodbank. Picture: JO GORDON

They decided that they wanted to help the cause at this time of year and spread a little Christmas cheer.

College house managers came up with idea in the lead up to the end of term.

For their generosity, students were rewarded with a RAK (Random Act of Kindness) which equates to house points for their house.

All RAK's were entered into a prize drawer where one winner from each House received a Cineworld voucher.

A college spokesperson said: "We were absolutely blown away with the amount of donations made and our hope of spreading a little cheer has grown to a large amount of cheer, exceeding our expectations by far."

Cathy Wright, manager of the foodbank, visited to accept the donations, which were handed over by the house captains.

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