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Fighting Hygiene Poverty

No one should have to do without the basics of hygiene, so one Mayfield student did something about it during lockdown
20 Feb 2021
Mayfield School News
Year 10 Sissy
Year 10 Sissy

Year 10 Sissy was moved when she found out that many families in her local area of Tunbridge Wells were having to go without the basics of hygiene and so collected 74kg of new, unopened products like shampoo, soap and nappies to distribute to local food banks through national charity, The Hygiene Bank.

To find out more about hygiene poverty in the UK, visit The Hygiene Bank's website here

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