Kelvedon Hatch school kids raise thousands for children’s hospice
Pupils and staff from a Brentwood school raised more than �2,000 for a local children’s hospice.
The kindhearted group from Trinity School, in Brizes Park, Kelvedon Hatch handed their donation of �2,100 to Little Havens Children’s Hospice on Tuesday.
The money was raised through a Christmas fayre at the school’s 73-acre grounds.
Deputy headteacher, Villy Green, said: “We are really thrilled to have raised so much money for Little Havens.
“The children themselves chose Little Havens as their charity to support as they know what an amazing and inspirational place it is.”
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She added: “We are looking forward to visiting Little Havens again in March at its open day to see what the hospice is really like and how our money will help.”
The Thundersley-based hospice’s open day is on March 22.
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n For more information about the event, call 01708 220 305. For more information about the hospice, visit www.havenshospices.org.uk.