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Sutton St James Primary School pupils do their bit for those less fortunate




Pastor Sue Hensby visited Sutton St James Primary School to accept their generous gifts for those less fortunate at Christmastime.

Children at the school in Bells Drove had been collecting toiletries, socks and warm clothes for Sutton St James Baptist Church's Crisis at Christmas Appeal, working with The Light Project, which runs the Winter Night Project in Peterborough.

School administrator Rachael Gadsden said: "Pastor Sue was showing us the different things which the church does and the different work they do around the area. It was the first year we have helped with the appeal."

Celebration Assembly at School by Sue Hensby (who is part of Sutton St James Baptist Chapel) Donations we have for a Homeless CharityChildren and goods with Sue and Arnie Hensby and head Miss C Willows (5866916)
Celebration Assembly at School by Sue Hensby (who is part of Sutton St James Baptist Chapel) Donations we have for a Homeless CharityChildren and goods with Sue and Arnie Hensby and head Miss C Willows (5866916)


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