Over twenty large boxes of tinned and dried foods have been handed over to a Bridlington charity thanks to the generosity of students.
Headlands School pupils collected the goods for the Hinge Centre, which provides emergency food parcels for local people who need help and support.
After an overwhelming response, youngsters handed over the boxes to Elaine Brown and Phillip Dean from the Hinge.
Phillip, who is the Hinge Community Support Worker, said: “We are delighted with the help and support from Headlands…..the response to the food appeal was phenomenal.”
David Stamper, who is the Assistant Head of Community at Headlands, commented: “Our students have made the whole school proud, and after putting out the appeal we were deluged with food for the Hinge. It is great to see our community come together to help those, that for whatever reason, are less fortunate.”
The Hinge is also a partner in the Tour de Bridlington, and stands to receive another cash boost after the event in June.