THE Flintshire Foodbank team has praised the 'amazing community' they are based in for donating trolleys full of items to their cause.

Volunteers spent their time at the Tesco store in Mold on Saturday, December 3.

And one gesture in particular stood out for the team.

Having made an appeal for nappies and soup, some 'incredibly kind gentlemen' stepped up to donate just that.

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A spokesperson for Flintshire Foodbank said: "A very special mention to the incredibly kind gentlemen who approached us today and asked what we were in most need of- to which we responded soup and nappies.

"Some time past and a smiling face come over with a full trolley quoting “soup and nappies”.

"We are truly grateful for each and every donation no matter the size, this particularly touched our hearts. A member of our incredible NHS and a military veteran, who has recently been through major surgery- but still had more to give!

"It is people like you that make all the difference- we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without this amazing community."

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PIC: The countless items donated at Mold Tesco. Picture by Flintshire Foodbank.

Another statement added: "Wow. What a day! the amazing acts of generosity I have witnessed today from our amazing community truly inspires me.

"We couldn’t thank you all more, our community never fails to amaze me.

"I was based at Tesco Mold today where several people came over with a trolley full of donations. We will be at Tesco Broughton, Holywell and Mold again tomorrow (Sunday, December 4) if you would like to say hello and donate if you can.

"This will make such a difference to those in our community who need our help."