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.


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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