School’s very own fruit shop

Elliot, Billie, Finley, Daisy, Emily and Charley who run the fruit shop.

Elliot, Billie, Finley, Daisy, Emily and Charley who run the fruit shop. - Credit: Archant

SCHOOLCHILDREN in Portishead used a healthy initiative to raise money for a good cause.

Youngsters at High Down Infant School set up their own fruit shop using donations from the town’s Waitrose store.

By selling the produce, they raised £36 for Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal which collects cash in aid of Bristol Children’s Hospital.


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