St Berteline’s C of E Aided Primary School
St Berteline’s is a school where Christian values underpin every aspect of its life. These are manifested through outstanding relationships and well rounded children who have a strong moral and ethical code based on very strong religious teaching. The school benefits from outstanding leadership and strong parental support. The positive links with the local church enhance the work of the school and consequently the lives of the children.
Find out more about the school at http://www.stbertelines.org.uk
Monday 26th of November saw the opening of a Foodbank at St. Berts. This is part of the Runcorn Foodbank, organised by the Trussell Trust.
Volunteers are ready to distribute food to people in crisis who come to the Foodbank with a voucher obtained from various services within the borough. Frontline professionals such as Doctors, Health Visitors, Social Workers, Police Officers and Citizens Advice Bureau staff are amongst the organisations helping to identify people in crisis and issue them with a voucher. Many Housing Associations are also involved.
Foodbank clients bring their voucher, where it can be exchanged for 3 days supply of emergency food.
You can find out more about the Runcorn foodbank at http://runcorn.foodbank.org.uk
Chester Diocesan News
You can read all the latest news and more from the Chester Diocese at http://www.chester.anglican.org/ (to see the latest newsletter use the Chester Diocesan News tab).
Brand new group opening on Saturday 3rd June at 9:30am at St.Berteline’s Church
Call Gemma on 07564678213