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‘Masked Singer’ competition, face painting and charity stall help Ashville pupils raise £2,400 for Children in Need and Harrogate Homeless Project

Published by Ashville College on Tuesday 29th of November 2022

Dressing as superheroes and participating in a series of fun events throughout lunch and breaktimes saw Ashville College pupils raise an impressive £2,412 for Children in Need and Harrogate Homeless Project.

Pupils in the Senior School and Sixth Form abandoned school uniform for casual clothes, whilst fancy dress was the order of the day in Ashville Acorns Pre-Prep and the Prep School.

In the Senior School, the charity club stall was very popular, as was Ashville's very own ‘Masked Singer’ competition and a ‘Name The teddy’ competition. Some pupils also painted faces and a karaoke competition filled the hallways with enthusiastic singing.

Ashville Acorns Pre-Prep and Prep School pupils showcased impressive creativity as they came dressed as their heroes, with one Year 4 pupil dressing as College Head, Rhiannon Wilkinson.

Catherine Frieze, College Chaplain and member of the charities committee, said: “Whilst the day was filled with fun and laughter, the main purpose of the day was to raise money for two very worthy causes supporting the most vulnerable in society.

“The amount raised will help both Children in Need and Harrogate Homeless Project to continue the vital work they do nationally, and in the case of HHP, right on our very doorstep.”

For more information about Ashville Prep School, please visit www.ashville.co.uk or call 01423 566358.
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