04:55AM, Monday 16 June 2014
Helpful Cubs collected four wheelbarrows of food for charity.
The Littlewick Cubs, of the Pinkneys Green Scout Group, went round Littlewick Green village on Wednesday, June 4, to collect food from residents' homes.
The food was then picked up by Sue Brett, founder of Foodshare, part of Maidenhead-based charity Open Kitchen, which provides food for people who cannot afford to feed themselves properly.
"We want to thank all the cubs and Littlewick Green village for their generosity and help in making the evening such a success," said Nathalie Watson, cub scout leader of the Littlewick section.
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