DCSIMG

King’s Lynn school supports seals at East Winch

Cheque presentation of �311.40 from Howard Junior School after they sung at the Gaywood Tesco
left to right back Sue Levings, Karina Russell (community champion), Greg Hill (Head Teacher at Howard Junior School), Tracey Link, Rob Mill (Store Manager)
left to right front Masauso 10, Tamsin 9, Alfie 10, Chloe 9 and Ameliarose 9

Cheque presentation of �311.40 from Howard Junior School after they sung at the Gaywood Tesco left to right back Sue Levings, Karina Russell (community champion), Greg Hill (Head Teacher at Howard Junior School), Tracey Link, Rob Mill (Store Manager) left to right front Masauso 10, Tamsin 9, Alfie 10, Chloe 9 and Ameliarose 9

Youngsters at a Lynn primary school have vowed to raise even more money to help injured seals after visiting East Winch RSPCA Wildlife Centre.

Children from Howard Junior School handed over £311.40 they raised by singing carols at Gaywood Tesco store in December.

Youngsters have also collected towels for the seals following December’s tidal surge.Headteacher Gregory Hill said: “They have been coming up with more fundraising ideas.”

Pictured , back from left: Sue Levings, Tesco community champion Karina Russell, Mr Hill, Tracey Link, store manager Rob Mill; front, Masauso Zulu, Tamzin Hardy-Robertson, Alfie Twell, Chloe Gregory and Ameliarose Paget. MLNF14AF02060

 

Comments

 
 

Back to the top of the page