Eat or Heat which feeds the most vulnerable in Waltham Forest had a £1000 cash injection following its spring fair

Spring fair success for community projects

Ruby Bond and Sandra Jackson with items from their vintage stalls the Spring fair

Charity runners arrive at the Spring fair at St Mary's Welcome Centre.

Shankari Gnanakumar, Fiona Al-Hamdan and Zahra Archer from Walthamstow School for Girls selling local mugs

Jean Young, Nat DiMaggio and Suzie McKenzie-Young in the kitchen during the Spring fair

Local artist Emma Scutt with some of her work

Sonia Fletcher and Jonathan Woodridge with donated tins of food

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Community projects which feed the poorest people in the community collected more than £1000 at the weekend.

The successful Eat or Heat Spring Fair attracted dozens of families who donated tins, shopped for designer bargains and supported the fun runners.

As well as the foodbank, the Community Kitchen which teaches people how to cook on a budget will benefit from the event.

Gary Nash, co-founder said that it was a “wonderful success” and that everyone involved at St Mary's Welcome Centre had a great time.

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