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Three Peaks Update

As I am sure you are aware, members of staff are raising money for the Russ Devereux Headlight Project, in conjunction with the Middlesbrough & Teesside Philanthropic Foundation by attempting the National Three Peaks Challenge in 24 hours in May. We will be starting Ben Nevis on 3rd May and finding ourselves somewhere in Wales 24 hours later on the 4th.

The support that we have received thus far has been incredible, and we are overwhelmed by the generosity of so many families, and there is still time to donate! Our Just Giving page can be found at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/teamhuttonrudby. We are currently halfway to our total, and would love it if any more donations were made.

If you would like to support us in other ways, there are posters available in the office that could be put up in places of work, leisure etc. If more people know about our challenge, more people will help us reach our target with donations.

We are also trying to raise funds to help with running costs of the challenge, e.g. fuel etc. We started with a cake sale last Friday and must extend an enormous thank you to the parents, children and staff who baked cakes to sell. We must also thank the hungry parents and children who bought our cakes! We raised an incredible £98 on Friday, which is an amazing start. There will be more of these events taking place in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes peeled for more cake sales, the stocks and more!

Finally, there are still some tickets for the “Walk From The Webbs” on Saturday 6th April available. Please contact Helen Webb for more information.

Thank you again for all of the support with our challenge. It is spurring us on in our training and getting some tired legs up some big hills!

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