Everyone’s spirits were lifted at a harvest assembly held at Whalley’s Oakhill School.
The youngest children sang a special harvest Samba Song and guests included representatives and clients from THOMAS in Blackburn which stands for Those On the Margins of Society.
The children donated food they had collected and paintings they had lovingly made which will be used to decorate the drop-in centre.
Everyone was moved by first hand stories of how THOMAS has helped people to find support, help and work and Oakhill is now looking into ways it can help the charity, whose services include drug rehabilitation and supported living projects. on a regular basis.