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Fairfield Community Centre acts as food distribution point

A community centre in Bramley is giving out Marks & Spencer food to local residents who may be going hungry or in need.

Fairfield Community Centre is hosting the free Marks & Spencer Food Distribution on Sunday 20th October from 11am until 12pm.

Stephen McBarron, from the centre, said everyone was welcome to attend.

Fairfield is the new venue for the weekly food distribution previously held at Broadlea Community Centre in Bramley.


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