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if you had anything ganning on? I might have. Aye? Done this graft before? You got any experience? Oh, I’ve got years of experience, mate. I can turn me hand to owt. Can I give you me CV? Way-ay, course, I’ll have a look at it. There you go. Cheers. Daniel? Aye, that’s me. I’m Harry, by the way. Well, you’ve got plenty of experience, like, I’ve gotta be honest, I’m absolutely sick of young’uns. Half the time they divvent turn up. When they do, they cannot be arsed. Dylan, Dylan, come off the road, come on. Come on. Dylan, come on. Catch up. Come on. Is this the, er, queue for the food bank? It is, aye. D’you know how long we’ll be waiting? Oh, a canny long time, I reckon. We’ve been here ages already. Okay, thanks. Cheers. Hello. Hello. How nice to see you. Have you brought your little dog today? Thank you very much, thank you. Is it just food for yourself and the two children, Katie? Thank you. Would your children have a drink of juice and a biscuit? Would you like to go and see Agnes? Agnes? Could you do a juice and a biscuit, please? Jackie? Yeah. Would you be able to help Katie with her shopping today, please? There you are. Thank you. Hiya, Katie. Thank you. So, we’ve got one adult and two children, yeah? Come with me. We’ll start with the vegetables, yeah? Okay. Right. I’ll give you one side and we’ll share it, yeah? Couple of onions. Is there anything we can do for you, hun? No, I’m fine, thanks. Are you sure? Aye, all right then. Toiletries, yeah? Okay… Have you just moved up here? Your accent’s not from here. You’re not a Geordie girl. Yeah. Yeah, been up a little while. Just come up from London. Right. Nice accent. Can you understand the Geordies? Almost. Right, over here. I think we need another bag. Have we got one? Did you bus here? No? Well, sometimes. Well, sometimes. She likes tea sometimes. Well, I’ll just keep going in with stuff. Yeah. And then you tell me what you don’t need, yeah? Have you got any sanitary towels? We don’t have sanitary towels, no. No? All right, not to worry. It’s all right. Don’t really donate things much like that. Yeah. It’s a shame, they should. Right, right, if you open your bag. Rice? And a couple of toilet rolls? Mmm-hmm. Yeah? We’ll go to the food. It’s falling out me bag. You can put… I’ve got this one. Right. Erm, tins in yours. Put them in there. Can you see anything else you want? There you go. Okay, thank you. Erm, there’s pasta sauce over here. Mmm-hmm. I’ll get you some pasta sauce? The pasta sauce… And there’s, er, pasta here as well. I’ll get you a pasta. Hey, pet, are you all right? What are you doing? What are you doing? Come and sit down. It’s all right. It’s all right, it’s all right. Come and sit down. Come and sit down, it’s all right. Oh… Okay, it’s all right. It’s all right, it’s all right. It’s all right. D’you want a drink? D’you want a drink? I’m really sorry… What’s the matter? It’s okay, don’t worry. I’ll get you a drink. Mum, what’s going on? It’s okay. It’s okay I’m just really hungry. Okay, don’t look at me. No, no, no, it’s okay, it’s okay.


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