Patchway Town Council are pleased to announce that 157 residents have been helped through our Patchway 100 scheme!
The scheme which was set up to ensure that anyone in our community would not go without during this difficult time of year. The Town Council put out a call and we were totally overwhelmed with the generosity of the Patchway community.
We have packed up over 75 packages which will feed a family for around 7 days, as well as offering presents, sweet treats and Christmas luxuries to those who need it most. 157 people have been helped through the scheme this year and the Town Council will support our residents who need, into the next year as well.
Patchway Town Council would like to say a thank you to the following people, whom without, this project would not have been possible:
Cllr Isobel Walker
Cllr Roger Loveridge
Cllr Jon Butler
Cllr Roland Walker
Cllr Peter Knight
Steve Ellis (Lead Grounds Person)
Cllrs Sanjay Shambhu, Sam Scott, Jo Buddharaju and Brian Hopkinson for their donation of £1000 towards this project.
Southern Brooks Community Partnerships for their donation of presents.
And of course to our wonderful residents for their generous donations!
Please see below some images from our deliveries to local schools!
From Left to Right: Cllr Isobel Walker, Richard Clark (Head of Callicroft Primary Academy) and Cllr Roger Loveridge.
The first batch of parcels being delivered on our truck!
Staff from Stoke Lodge Primary School with the hampers for residents of Patchway!
From Left to Right: Cllr Roger Loveridge, Cllr Isobel Walker and Alan Walters (Head of Coniston Primary School)