Students set Gary Barlow challenge to launch school calendar

PUBLISHED: 10:02 14 November 2019 | UPDATED: 10:02 14 November 2019

Headteacher Dee Elliott with her Gary Barlow mask.

Headteacher Dee Elliott with her Gary Barlow mask.

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Gary Barlow’s face has been popping up around Nailsea as staff and pupils raise awareness of their charity calendar.

Nailsea School has asked teachers, students and friends to take part in a Where's Gary? challenge as part of its 60@Sixty campaign.

More: School launches 60k fundraising appeal to mark anniversary.

The campaign aims to raise funds for the school to mark its diamond anniversary and the challenge has seen staff, pupils and parents donning Gary Barlow masks, taking photos of themselves and posting them on social media.

The aim is to raise awareness of the school's charity calendar which goes on sale at the end of November.

Each calendar contains more than 900 hand-drawn portraits which staff and students have created of themselves.

The 60@Sixty Where's Gary? calendar will be available for sale from the school and from School Togs, in Crown Glass Shopping Centre, priced at £10.


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