Norfolk schools raise hundreds of pounds for Sport Relief
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Schools around Norfolk have raised hundreds of pounds in aid of Sport Relief.
Howard Junior School, in King's Lynn, raised £484.40 for the cause with a sports-inspired day, which included fruit kebabs and fitness challenges.
They had a climbing wall, whole-school Zumba, fancy dress - and a cardboard cut-out of British athlete Mo Farah to provide inspiration.
Meanwhile, at Lionwood Junior School, in Norwich, children raised a remarkable £1,038 for Sport Relief.
They did a sponsored run and walk, the distance of which would have taken them all the way to Africa.
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The school said one child raised an impressive £90 on their own.
Sport Relief, which supports people in difficulty around both the UK and the world, ran from March 17 to 23.
- 1 Family forced to live in tent after maggots and rats found in home
- 2 £6.1m shopping street revamp will take half of 2022 to complete
- 3 Councils could spend millions to buy former Aviva office for new HQ
- 4 Five former MoD homes go up for sale near Norwich
- 5 Christmas Lights Walk with toasted marshmallows coming to garden
- 6 MP and parents concerned over traffic and parking chaos outside school
- 7 Man arrested on suspicion of stalking after notes left on women's cars
- 8 Two fires in two hours on mid-Norfolk road
- 9 Blind woman 'humiliated' as restaurant turns her away due to her guide dog
- 10 City keeper diagnosed with testicular cancer
So far, £38m has been raised.
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