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The Hideout on Columbus Ravine has donated a collection of food parcels to Scarborough’s Rainbow Centre, to be distributed to people in the area who are going through a tough time.
The food parcels have been created by Scarborough baker Cooplands.
Hideout manager Jordan Padgham said: “We all need to pull together during these difficult times and we appreciate how hard it must be for some people to get through all the problems of coronavirus.
“If this little parcel helps in any way then we are happy to make our contribution.”
The popular café has been closed since the Covid-19 lockdown, but all staff have been retained and they are looking forward to reopening.
“The café is one year old this month and we are looking forward to re-opening and celebrating with our customers once again,” Mr Padgham added.
Belinda Youngs, CEO of Cooplands, said: “We are very pleased to be working with The Hideout to distribute these food parcels to people in need around Scarborough.
“We all have to work together during the coronavirus and support from cafes like this helps us all to get through.”