Harvest Festival Supports Age Concern

Students at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity International School (HTIS) invited representatives from Age Concern in Stourbridge to help them celebrate their annual Harvest Festival. Donating an array of food products, HTIS Head, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright stated: “The school has been supporting Age Concern in Stourbridge for many years and we are always more than happy to assist in any way we can. “The service they provide is vital to many elderly people in the community and it is essential that they continue to do so. A much loved organisation which is also feeling the effects of challenging economic conditions, as is so many other charitable organisations across our region.” Children from across all areas of the Nursery, Preparatory and Senior Schools and Sixth Form brought in a collection of canned goods, tea, pasta, vegetables, biscuits and cakes to their Harvest Festival celebrations, singing songs and gathering together with parents and Derek Elton from Age Concern Stourbridge, for a cup of tea and homemade cakes care of the school’s Parents Association. <Ends> Image L to R: (back row) Derek Elton, Deputy Head Student Alice Cox, Head Student Chelsea Savoy. (Middle row) Noah Catherwood and Ria Chance. (Front Row) Sam Austin and Holly Crocker. School details:       Holy Trinity International School t: +44 (0)1562 822929 www.holytrinity.co.uk For all Holy Trinity press and media enquiries, in the first instance please contact: Kathryn Watts m: 07970 547469 e: k.watts@evopr.com