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Kaleidoscope, the Haddenham ladies group, is delighted that the Co-op and Morrisons have agreed to display foodbank boxes for Sharing Life Trust. The boxes are already in place and are being used. Londis have said they will display a box from January.

Sharing Life Trust is a UK Registered Charity helping those who have and can, to assist those who don't have or can't. It is based in South Oxfordshire and through support networks helps people in need in the area around Thame.

Money can also be donated online through Haddenham Methodist Church Society. Sort code 30-90-38. Account number 07148731 or donations can be put through the letterbox of Stockwell Barn, 3 Kemps Piece, off the High Street. (The house nearest Kaleidoscope's Christmas Tree "Heartfelt Christmas Wishes" no 138 on the Festive Trail).

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