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Taunton school provides 7,000 meals to NHS frontline workers Bath City News

Taunton School has delivered 7,000 meals to frontline NHS workers at Musgrove Park Hospital since the start of the pandemic.

Food packages have been created and provided to NHS staff on a weekly basis to support workers since the UK’s first lockdown was announced.

They have stepped up their efforts this year and have been providing 300 boxes per week to Musgrove Park Hospital since January.

The food packages were delivered to the wellness center at the county’s largest acute care hospital, where they were made available to staff around the clock.

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The lunch boxes were made possible through the philanthropy of a former student and were freshly prepared daily by the school’s in-house catering team.

Graeme Barclay, Managing Director of Taunton School, said: “I am extremely proud of the contribution of our team in producing 5,000 boxed lunches for Musgrove since the start of the year.

“Having delivered them myself, it’s very humbling to be able to show a little token of our immense gratitude to the Musgrove team for the dedication, care and hard work they have shown every day during the pandemic. .

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This notice was published: 2021-04-28 12:09:27