Brentwood children raise £1,000 through 20p coin trail competition
PUBLISHED: 17:45 23 October 2012
Children from a Brentwood school have been busy saving their money for the school’s annual 20p coin trail for charity.
The inter-house competition at Ursuline Preparatory School involves children from each of the four houses making a line of 20p coins, with the house that forms the longest line winning the charity trophy.
Though it was a close competition, Andrew’s House won the trophy and £1,000 was raised for Cafod (Catholic Aid For Overseas Development).
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