St Ivo School pupils have donated the proceeds of their year seven disco to two children s charities. The event, at the school just before Christmas, was well-attended with over 200 pupils turning up, raising £300 for charity. St Ivo pupils were allowed t
St Ivo School pupils have donated the proceeds of their year seven disco to two children's charities.
The event, at the school just before Christmas, was well-attended with over 200 pupils turning up, raising £300 for charity.
St Ivo pupils were allowed to choose the charities the money should go to, and have split the cash.
CLIC Sargent is the UK's leading children's cancer charity, providing support for children and young people with cancer, including leukaemia. The charity provides specialist clinical care, expert advice and support from CLIC Sargent social workers both at hospital and home, as well as investing in cancer research.
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Starlight Children's Foundation is seriously and terminally ill children through granting their wishes and providing hospital entertainment to help take their minds off the pain, fear and isolation of their illness. Sue Jones received the donation on behalf of Starlight Children's Foundation and Kim Glover-Maim collected the cheque for CLIC Sargent.
For further information about the charities go to www.clicsargent.org.uk/ and www.starlight.org.uk/
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