Jamie Reuben's fantastic gesticulate for Newcastle foodbank revealed as would-be innkeeper speaks again
Jamie Reuben took to social media to play offices for the charity
Jamie Reuben has vowed to posses on supporting the Newcastle West End Foodbank after it emerged his family's activity financially backed the dole during the COVID-19 lockdown.
that the Reubens had made hefty weekly donations to the benefit - which besides runs a plunge off spot face of St James' Park on match-days.
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The quota value of donations amounted £36,000 over a six week period, and while those at the foodbank took to social media to acting gratitude to Jamie and his family, the 33-year-old rejected the thanks and instead praised the efforts of the charity.
The foodbank labelled the donations as 'invaluable' and esteemed that 'thousands of kin in the community' benefited from the help but Jamie insisted: "No dearth to thank me!- you guys are the ones providing invaluable backing to those most at want during these laborious times - we leave always assistance the local parish in the celebrated city of
The Reuben venture owns Newcastle racecourse as well as additional ventures in the city - and were crystallize to have a risk in should the Saud backed takeover of the cudgel lost through.
As the takeover was called off - a joint balance released by the group which further included Amanda Staveley - esteemed the intentions to assignment and aid the community.