12:30PM, Monday 12 May 2014
Soup, bread and cheese were on the menu at a hunger lunch in aid of an international charity in Windsor yesterday.
About 30 church-goers of various ages attended the event at the school rooms at the Church of Clewer St Stephens in Vansittart Road to raise money for Christian Aid.
The aim of the event was to encourage people to contribute the money they would spend on a full roast dinner on a Sunday by giving it to charity instead.
Member of the parochial church council Stephanie Minici, of Queens Road, spent the Saturday afternoon preparing the various soups.
She said: “It was a good atmosphere and some of the children helped me serve which was great.”
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