KIND-hearted children donated tins of food to help people who are in need in Bracknell.

Wooden Hill Primary School pupils and their families donated foodstuffs to the Bracknell Foodbank to help those who are less fortunate and hungry.

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The collection was made as part of the school's harvest celebrations and teaches children to appreciate the food they have access to.

Jane Critchlow, deputy headteacher, said: "The most important thing the children learned in discussions about the collection was about the charity not always being about people hungry in far away places, but that there are people who are hungry close to home."

The Bracknell Foodbank has fed 25,657 local people since opening in 2012.