About 70 students from Chantry and Newminster Middle Schools in Morpeth, part of The Three Rivers Learning Trust, performed at Wyevale’s Heighley Gate Garden Centre on Saturday 11th June. They were helping the Garden Centre’s fundraising activities in aid of the Henry Dancer Days charity which provides support to children and young people 18 years and under diagnosed with Primary Bone Cancer (http://henrydancerdays.co.uk/
In total, both groups raised £255.
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Visitors to the Garden Centre along with family members were treated to a varied programme of music performed by the choir and musicians interspersed with dance sequences. The students had been rehearsing for a joint school Summer Showcase and were able to perform a number of items from that programme. Students, their parents and staff were thanked by Lynsey Crofts, a designation from Wyevale, and Jane, a representative of the charity, who explained how funds were being used for the benefit of children with bone cancer and their families.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Thank you so very much to you and your colleagues for coming in with the children today, they were fantastic and a real credit to yourselves and the schools.
I’ve had a quick tot up and we raised £225 for Henry Dancer Days which is absolutely brilliant and Jane from the charity was thrilled with both the funds raised and the effort you’d all gone to.
Lynsey Crofts (Heighley Gate Garden Centre)