Catterick Market Fundraising

Sunday, April 20th 2014

Several of our volunteers have spent part of their Easter Sunday at Catterick Market helping to raise funds for Foxglove Covert.

We were lucky with the weather, where rain had been forecast earlier in the week, we only felt a couple of rain drops falling all day! The money from this still needs counting and we will announce the total later in the week. The funds raised here are going to be used to help purchase a new interactive touchscreen display for in the classroom.

Thank you to everyone who has helped out today; it is very much appreciated by everyone at Foxglove!

Great news from the 'counting house'. The collection this morning raised £407.


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