Students Fundraise for Sue Ryder Manorlands

Three students have raised nearly £400 for Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.

Year 9 students Seth, Luke and Max organised a charity football tournament and raffle in school, encouraging students and staff to get involved and donate.

Mr Singh, who worked with the students, said, “I would like to congratulate the students for taking part in the event. Their hard work has paid off and they are a credit to the school. As someone who fundraises for charity in the local community, it’s great to see the influence it has had on our young people.”

South Craven School would like to thank Bradford City FC, Crosshills Co-Op, Crosshills Spar and Drake and Macefield Butchers (Crosshills) for donating raffle prizes to the school!

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