A student from Great Marlow School set up a pop-up collection point to help the vulnerable and needy in the town.

Iris Duncan, who is in year seven, organised the collection on the Oxford Road in aid of the One Can Trust and thanks to her friends, family and neighbours, she collected 90 items in four days.

Great Marlow School said that they were ‘delighted with Iris’ following her good deed.

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The One Can Trust, which is based in High Wycombe, is a charity that offers food parcels to those who are in desperate need of help across Bucks.

However, since the start of lockdown, the company have struggled to meet the demand as they are now feeding around 520 people each week due to the pandemic.

And with supermarket donations dropping, they have started to rely on ‘Street Heroes’ who are taking time out of their day to raise awareness and give food to the charity.

The charity are currently looking for volunteers to help donate food to those who need it the most.

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To learn more about street heroes click on this link www.onecantrust.org.uk and email Teresa Knight at One Can Trust teresajknight@talktalk.net.

Additionally, if you are a Great Marlow School student who would like to help, please mention the GMS link in your email to Teresa.