Charities benefit after Norton Hill School students raise £4,800
Pupils at Norton Hill School, Midsomer Norton, have raised £4,800 for charity.
The money raised has been split in two, with half of it going to Cancer Research UK and the other £2,400 going to the local charity Time is Precious.
The money was raised by all five houses in the school through activities such as mufti days, name the teddy competitions, charity football matches and a throw the sponge at the teacher session.
The money raised for Time is Precious is going to go towards a centre at the Royal United Hospital which supports children who have lifelong disabilities.
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The money will pay for walking frames, specialised seating, soft play areas, and sensory equipment.
Trustee Neil Halford said: "The donation is greatly appreciated and will help many children in the local area."
Alexandra Gillett from Cancer Research UK, came in to speak to the house representatives when the £2,400 was handed over.