Wisbech school raises more than £1,000 for Scotty’s Little Soldiers
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A WISBECH school’s musical production raised more than £1,000 for Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
The charity’s founder Nikki Scott collected the cheque for £1027.48 at a special assembly at Magdalene House, Wisbech Grammar School’s prepatory school, on Wednesday morning.
The charity supports the children of members of the British armed forces killed in action.
Mrs Scott’s husband Corporal Lee Scott was killed while serving in Afghanistan in 2009.
Magdalene House headmaster Chris Moxon said: “Our children here really do appreciate just how fortunate they are and they see it as their duty to help those children who might have had their lives turned upside down by tragic events.
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“We are delighted to support Scotty’s Little Soldiers and thrilled that they money will help bring smiles to other children’s faces.”
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