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West Norfolk schools raise funds for hospice charity




Pupils from a federation of two West Norfolk schools have helped raise funds for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across the county.

Youngsters from Wormegay and Runcton Holme Church of England Primary Schools, within the Holycross Federation, presented a cheque for £400 to the East Anglian Children’s Hospices (EACH) from various fundraising events across both schools.

Pupils from both schools within the Holycross Federation, Wormegay Church of England Primary School and Runcton Holme Church of England Primary School, are pictured with a cheque for £400 to the East Anglian Children's Hospices (EACH). Picture: SUBMITTED. (6989317)
Pupils from both schools within the Holycross Federation, Wormegay Church of England Primary School and Runcton Holme Church of England Primary School, are pictured with a cheque for £400 to the East Anglian Children's Hospices (EACH). Picture: SUBMITTED. (6989317)

A spokeswoman for the schools said a total of 74 children and their families attended events such as a film night, a bingo night and a dress-up day to help raise the funds, which will help towards EACH’s soft play area in the new hospice, the nook.

Picture: SUBMITTED.



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