GALLERY: Ramnoth Junior and Nene Infant School go all out for British Heart Foundation with fundraising extravaganza

14:34 27 May 2014

Ramnoth fun day in aid of British Heart Foundation. Ramnoth Junior School, Wisbech.

Ramnoth fun day in aid of British Heart Foundation. Ramnoth Junior School, Wisbech.

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Pupils wore red clothes, played games and took part in sports activities as a Fenland school and pre-school held a fundraising day for the British Heart Foundation on Friday.

The highlight of the day at Ramnoth Junior School and Nene Infant School was a lunchtime fete, which included egg and spoon races, skipping challenges, hoopla games and team challenges.

In the weeks leading up to the event there was also a colouring competition.

Teacher Rebecca Hawes said: “Both schools have worked hard to raise lots of money and the children all had great fun joining in the fundraising events.”

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