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Cupboard love

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 31 Jan 2014 @ 12:22

WHEN St Luke's, Rhydyfelin, needed more storage space for its very successful foodbank, it simply dismantled the pews and used the wood to build a bank of large cupboards.

It is the centre for the Pontypridd foodbank, in Llandaff diocese, which, over the past two years of its existence, has provided 27,500 meals to those in need. The Area Dean, the Revd Michael Gable (left), who is also Area Dean of Pontypridd, says that the idea of a foodbank was a "leap ...

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