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Nation’s colours worn to support the troops

Lizzie Bell, James Hopkins, Ben Sweeney, James Brown, Emily Wheeler, Emily Waring and Gabby Capone raise money for Help for Heroes with a non-uniform day at Hipperholme Grammar School

Lizzie Bell, James Hopkins, Ben Sweeney, James Brown, Emily Wheeler, Emily Waring and Gabby Capone raise money for Help for Heroes with a non-uniform day at Hipperholme Grammar School

A HIPPERHOLME school helped to raise cash for Help for Heroes.

Pupils at Hipperholme Grammar School were asked to make a donation to wear khaki or red, white and blue.

The decision was made by the student council and leader Lizzie Bell said: “I just thought that with Remembrance Day approaching on November 11, this would be a good charity to support at this point. Also I have sung at quite a few funerals of servicemen and it is very upsetting.”

The students and staff all entered into the spirit of the day and arrived for school dressed in a variety of outfits to support the cause. They raised £356.65.

 

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