Twenty three more schools, nurseries and churches giving their donations

Further generous food Harvest food collections have been pledged and/or received from local schools, nurseries and churches in the past two weeks. Adding in the 16 previously announced, the total number of Harvest deliveries and pledges now stands at 39.

Karen Barry, Head Teacher of Laleham Lea School, a longstanding supporter of the Food Hub, said: “We are delighted to help again this year and I would like to thank all of our families and staff for their generosity. Helping those in need is a key part of our Catholic ethos and we hope that this donation helps with the fantastic work the Food Hub does locally.”

Year 5 pupils at Laleham Lea School with part of this year's donation
Cumnor House Girls' collection delivered by Head Girl Tien, Deputy Head Girl Ashanya and Charities Prefect Ishi
St David's School's collection delivered by Food Hub Trustee Rev Fiona Weaver, Vicar of St Mark's and St Swithun's Churches
Warlingham Park School's donation at the Harvest service at All Saints Church, Warlingham
Keston Primary School's donation received at the Food Hub

Thank you one and all

We continue to be extremely grateful for each and every Harvest donation. The 23 most recent are:


  • Keston Primary, Old Coulsdon
  • St Nicholas, Purley
  • Harris Primary Academy Haling Park, South Croydon
  • Beaumont Primary, Purley
  • Foresters Primary, Wallington
  • Laleham Lea, Purley
  • St Peter’s Primary, South Croydon
  • Park Hill Infants, Croydon
  • Kenley Primary
  • Gresham Primary, South Croydon
  • Coulsdon C of E Primary


  • Number 9 The Nursery, South Croydon
  • Lemon Tree Montessori, Sanderstead


  • Purley United Reformed
  • Croham Road Baptist, South Croydon
  • St Mary Magdalene with St Martin, Addiscombe
  • St Mary’s, Sanderstead
  • St John’s, Old Coulsdon
  • St Margaret of Scotland Catholic, Carshalton Beeches
  • Old Coulsdon Congregational
  • St Augustine’s South Croydon
  • Grace Vineyard, Purley
  • Coulsdon Methodist