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Zumba dancers dig deep for food appeal

Pauline Grant, Zumba instructor, with her class and their donated food. 

Picture: Sarah Standing (133581-2468)

Pauline Grant, Zumba instructor, with her class and their donated food. Picture: Sarah Standing (133581-2468)

A DANCE teacher has been using her love of zumba to help support those in need this Christmas.

Pauline Grant runs a zumba class at St Jude’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham.

This Christmas, she decided that she would mark her annual Christmas class by supporting The News’ food appeal. The campaign encourages people to donate food to those in need.

The 37-year-old, from Cromhall Close in Fareham, said: ‘I remember seeing something on the news about food banks and how people are struggling.

‘I looked to see if we had any locally which we do, so I thought I would ask people to bring in food.’

Pauline said she was unaware of how big the need was across the country.

‘I assumed it would be homeless people, but it’s families who are massively struggling,’ she said.

‘Having read up on it now I will definitely pop a couple of extra tins in my trolley every week to take to the food bank once a month.

‘It’s made me realise how something so small can make a huge difference.’

 

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