PUPILS and staff at Salisbury’s Chafyn Grove have raised nearly £2,000 for a children’s hospice for youngsters in Wiltshire and Dorset.

The school selected Julia’s House as its charity of the term and the educational community held a series of events to collect funds to benefit the life-limited children and their families helped by the hospice.

A special celebration for the school’s centenary in September 2016 helped to generate £1,650 – split equally between Julia’s House and Macmillan Cancer Support – while other highlights included a chess challenge and mince pie sale, which together raised almost £500.

The school’s generosity resulted in Julia’s House receiving a cheque for £1,923.17 (pictured above).


Find out more about the work of Julia’s House in spring’s issue of Army&You – available in print and online from 28 February.

 

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