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    Seen on FB- Sussex Police request re food donations, for staff dealing with Shoreham crash


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    http://www.sussex.police.uk/whats-ha...or-its-support

    If want to donate food, please take to a local foodbank instead now..

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      Thread title is a bit misleading


      Shoreham airshow crash: Police thank community for its support


      27 August 2015
      Sussex Police wishes to express its gratitude and appreciation for all the messages of support and kind gestures given to the force following the Shoreham Airshow crash on Saturday (22 August).
      Since the incident residents and businesses from the local community have been donating meals, cakes, and other items including heartwarming notes for officers and staff.
      Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry said: "We'd like to thank everyone who has donated food for our staff and others working at Shoreham over the last few days. Your support has been amazing. Today just the donations of spaghetti bolognaise would have been enough to feed our staff.

      "The amount of food we have received has been overwhelming and while we appreciate the support, we would not like to see it go to waste. Therefore we ask that if you still want to donate food please take it to one of the local food banks.
      "I know that there are many people who want to help and these gestures really have boosted the morale of our staff.

      "It is good to see such strong support within the local community and that everyone has pulled together for one another as well as for the emergency services."
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