A regional daily has been “swamped” with a tonne of donations after urging readers to fill bags inserted into the newspaper with food for struggling families.
A special bag, pictured below, was inserted into every copy of the Telegraph earlier this month for readers to fill with food.
Donations have since been returned to the paper’s office – with more than 1,000 kilograms’ worth being collected.
Speaking to HTFP, Editor Brian Hossack said: “We were overwhelmed by the response to our Feed Inverclyde appeal.
“Our front office was swamped with readers coming in and donating each day.”