Attleborough Academy students raise hundreds for cancer charity

Attleborough Academy Sixth Form students with (left to right front row) Attleborough Asisistant Head

Attleborough Academy Sixth Form students with (left to right front row) Attleborough Asisistant Head of Sixth Form Claire Allsworth, Assistant Principal Carmina McConnell, Teenage Cancer Trust Education and Awareness Executive, Morwenna McNeil, Head of Sixth Form Andy Cole and (back centre) Attleborough Academy Progress Mentor David Nevard. Picture: Attleborough Academy - Credit: Archant

Sixth Form students at Attleborough Academy have raised hundreds for The Teenage Cancer Trust.

Fundraisers including sports day stalls and non-uniform days helped students raise £580 for the charity.

Morwenna McNeill, education and awareness executive at the Teenage Cancer Trust, visited the sixth form to receive the cheque and give a presentation detailing the work of the charity.

The fundraising was organised by the sixth form student body, the Presidential team.

Lead president, Keziah Collier, said: 'As sixth form students at Attleborough Academy we recognise the importance of coming together to support charities and giving back to the community.


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'The Teenage Cancer Trust provide excellent care for teenagers and save lives through educating about cancer. We were excited to raise money for such a worthwhile charity.'

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