Games raise cash for refugees

Jemima and Niamh, who sourced the prizes for the raffle.

Jemima and Niamh, who sourced the prizes for the raffle. - Credit: Archant

Kind pupils from a Nailsea school put on football games and cake decorating activities to raise money for refugees.

Amelia, Olivia and Fraser with their stall.

Amelia, Olivia and Fraser with their stall. - Credit: Archant

Children in year four at St Francis Primary School organised a wide range of activities and raised £250 to support refugees in Calais.

The school and staff enjoyed skittles tournaments, shoot-outs, shelter-building and decorating cakes.

There were also a number of prizes up for grabs in a raffle including trips to Air Hop, Noah’s Ark and the Curzon.

Children at their card games stall.

Children at their card games stall. - Credit: Archant

Anita and Faye at their "stall.

Anita and Faye at their "stall. - Credit: Archant


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