Neale-Wade girls take part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life at Ferry Meadows in Peterborough

10:58 11 July 2014

The Neale-Wade Race For Life team.

The Neale-Wade Race For Life team.

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A team of Neale-Wade Academy girls laced up their running shoes to raise hundreds of pounds for Cancer Research UK.

In total 38 girls, ranging from Year 7 to Year 12, took part in the Race for Life at Ferry Meadows in Peterborough.

Despite the rain the whole team completed the race and have so far raised £449 of their £1,000 target.

Dews Coaches of Somersham donated a coach and driver to transport the team to the event.

Donations can still be made via www.justgiving.com/neale-wade-academy

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