Gallery: Gorefield Primary School hold mad hair day for Haiti earthquake appeal

PUPILS from Gorefield Primary School created some weird and wacky hair styles to wear to school to raise money for Action Aid and the Haiti Earthquake Appeal. The pupils made a voluntary donation and raised �126.

Story by: GEORGIA WINSLOW

PUPILS from Gorefield Primary School created some weird and wacky hair styles to wear to school to raise money for Action Aid and the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

The pupils made a voluntary donation and raised �126.

The event was the idea of Year Six pupil, Jordan Pope.


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During the fund-raising day a number of events were held including table tops sales and a sponsored walk.

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