Pupils at South Wootton Junior School celebrated the 90th birthday of the leprosy charity Lepra with two weeks of fundraising culminating in a presentation last week.
This was attended by the Vice Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, the Countess of Romney, who was the recipient of a card containing messages from pupils who had raised more than £25. Children also took part in dance workout led by Michala Bott, of the Michala Jane School of Dance.
A total of £800 was raised for Lepra with this total expected to rise. The charity campaigns against Leprosy and similar conditions in Third World Countries.
Headteacher Jonathan Rice said: “I’m very proud of the children and their response to the charity. MLNF14AM01308