Developer supports Angus Foodbank

Pic  Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk'Stewart Milne Homes development at Monarch's Rise in Arbroath are working with Angus Foodbank to collect toys or a special gift for a child trough a giving tree appeal. Stewart Milne sale consultant Alison Angus with Angus Foodbank manager Alf Collington
Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk'Stewart Milne Homes development at Monarch's Rise in Arbroath are working with Angus Foodbank to collect toys or a special gift for a child trough a giving tree appeal. Stewart Milne sale consultant Alison Angus with Angus Foodbank manager Alf Collington

Stewart Milne Homes is lending its support to the Angus Foodbank over the festive season.

The award winning housebuilder is once again helping the local initiative and donations can be handed into the showhome at Monarch’s Rise, Arbroath.

All non-perishable donations are welcome and the foodbank is specifically looking for donations of tomatoes, rice pudding, custard, pasta sauce and biscuits.

John Low, Managing Director at Stewart Milne Homes, said: “We are proud to be able to play our part in supporting Angus Foodbank. We have had a great response in previous years and are confident that the people of Arbroath will show the same kindness and generosity this festive season.”

Norman Brown, foodbank manager, said: “Angus Foodbank provides food to local people in crisis throughout Angus via our distribution points in Forfar, Arbroath and Montrose. We don’t think anyone in our community should have to go hungry. That’s why we provide three days of nutritionally balanced food to clients who are referred to us by over 130 agencies. Help us to stop people going to bed hungry this Christmas.”

All donations can be handed into the Monarch’s Rise showhome which is open from 11am to 5pm.