Students Wheels project benefits Foodbank

March 29 2015

Students from Chipping Sodbury School have transformed a white van, kitting it out to be used by a food bank.

Will Mansell Manager of Stroud Foodbank and regional Manager Phil Coysh take delivery from the Wheels Project Team from Chipping Sodbury School

Students from Chipping Sodbury School have transformed a white van, kitting it out to be used by a food bank.
Eight students from the School completed the tranformation of a white Ford van, which was donated to The Wheels project by Avon & Somerset Constabulary.
Students decided to select Stroud Foodbank as the recipient of their van following a presentation by the manager Will Mansell.  The students have visited the Foodbank and spent an afternoon helping out in the warehouse.
The students have worked on karts and learnt the basics of servicing before undertaking the work on the van just after Christmas 2014.