A Message From Sue Partridge At Generations Church

Generations Church and the Louth Community Larder at the Trinity Centre are working together to provide free packed lunches for families who may need them this summer. The details are still being finalised, but the scheme will operate from the Trinity Centre, Eastgate, where families can simply drop by and collect a lunch at any point between 11am and 1pm on the relevant days. The lunch will be a pre-made bagged lunch consisting of sandwich/roll, fruit, yogurt, crisps, chocolate bar/cake and a drink (this is just an example to give you an idea of what’s on offer).

To assist us with our planning, it would be really helpful to get a clear picture of how many lunches will be needed each day, so that we don’t under or over-estimate.

If you would be interested in taking advantage of this offer, could I ask you to email me please, to register your interest and let me know how many lunches you would need each day? My email address is sue@louthnet.com. Please be reassured that your details will remain completely confidential and will not be used for any other purpose; we are only looking to get accurate numbers of lunches so that we know how many to cater for.

Sue Partridge

www.generationschurch.uk

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