School colours raise cash

PUBLISHED: 12:09 28 July 2006 | UPDATED: 22:00 28 May 2010

Pupils and supporters handing over the cheque

Pupils and supporters handing over the cheque

A SCHOOL raised £110 for a cancer charity with a red, white and blue day. Wisbech St Mary Primary School raised the money for the Marie Curie Rapid Response team to support their headteacher, whose mother is currently receiving treatment for breast cance

A SCHOOL raised £110 for a cancer charity with a red, white and blue day.

Wisbech St Mary Primary School raised the money for the Marie Curie Rapid Response team to support their headteacher, whose mother is currently receiving treatment for breast cancer.

Caroline Davis, headteacher, said: "It was a fantastic event and the children thoroughly enjoyed taking part.


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