GALLERY: Clevedon’s All Saint Primary School raise money for SSAFA

PUBLISHED: 12:00 14 June 2018

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

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Pupils from a Clevedon primary school dressed as their heroes to raise as much money as possible for charity.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

Youngsters from All Saints Primary School, in All Saints Lane, hosted a Big Brew event at the school on Thursday and served up tea, coffee, juice and cakes to their peers, teachers and families.

The event was raising money for the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA), an armed forces charity which provides lifelong support to serving men and women and veterans from the British Armed Forces.

Students were asked, as part of the event, to dress up as a member of the military as well as doctors, nurses, police officers and firemen.

The school said the big brew was a ‘huge success’ with families enjoying the sunshine and quality time together as well as raising £118.45 for the charity.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a Children from All Saints Primary School dressed as their heroes organising a "Big Brew" for SSAFA.

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