Washing cars for charity

A GROUP of Clevedon School pupils got their hands dirty to raise money for a North Somerset children’s charity.

More than �130 has been collected for Children’s Hospice South West after year nine pupil Stephen Gray decided he wanted to raise money for the charity, which runs Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

In December he and a group of friends began a scheme washing teachers’ cars, which they continued on Friday during a school inset day.

Since December they have cleaned more than 40 cars in return for donations.

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