Park Lane pupils skip for Sport Relief and the British Heart Foundation

12:06 24 March 2014

Sport Relief at Park Lane school, Whittlesey

Sport Relief at Park Lane school, Whittlesey

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Pupils dressed in red and skipped a mile for Sport Relief on Friday.

Sport Relief at Park Lane school, Whittlesey Sport Relief at Park Lane school, Whittlesey

Using skipping ropes provided by the British Heart Foundation, children at Park Lane Primary and Nursery School in Whittlesey skipped for up to a mile, depending on age, as part of a relay challenge.

Their efforts raised more than £300, which will be split between the two charities.

Lorraine Quince, communications & IT support co-ordinator at Park Lane said: “We were delighted to see so many of our pupils dressed in red to support these two charities.

“The children skipped with such enthusiasm and showed great comradeship throughout the day.”

Sport Relief at Park Lane school, WhittleseySport Relief at Park Lane school, Whittlesey

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