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King’s Lynn school’s sporty day raises hundreds for charity




Students and staff at Howard Junior School raising money for Sport Relief. Photo: SUBMITTED.
Students and staff at Howard Junior School raising money for Sport Relief. Photo: SUBMITTED.

A primary school in Lynn has raised hundreds for a charitable cause with a helping hand from former Olympian Mo Farah.

Pupils and staff members at Howard Junior School gathered more than £480 for Sport Relief on Friday, by selling fruit kebabs and completing challenges.

Executive head Greg Hill said the day’s activities included a climbing wall, Zumba and a variety of sports.

The school also donned sporty clothes.

Pictured are staff and pupils with a cutout of Mo Farah. Photo: SUBMITTED.



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