Pyjamas for Penny Brohn

Pupils wearing pajamas and t-shirts to raise money for Penny Brohn.

Pupils wearing pajamas and t-shirts to raise money for Penny Brohn. - Credit: Archant

Kind-hearted children from a Backwell school organised a talent show and a big breakfast to raise money for Penny Brohn Cancer Care.

Pupils wearing pajamas and t-shirts to raise money for Penny Brohn.

Pupils wearing pajamas and t-shirts to raise money for Penny Brohn. - Credit: Archant

The big breakfast kicked off the fundraiser with parents and children attending early to buy bacon rolls.

At lunchtime the charity’s butterfly mascot visited and pupils took part in a craft competition.

Children on the school council invited class mates to wear pyjamas or purple clothes to support the cause and the fundraising finale was a Fairfield’s Got Talent show.

Delighted staff and pupils raised £259 for the Pill-based charity which supports people living with cancer across the UK.


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