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Young Volunteers Help Out Bolton Lions

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Sixth Form volunteers have recently been helping the Bolton Lions, one of the town’s oldest service organisations.

Last month, Year 12 students from Bolton School helped to set up a seasonal shop in the town’s Market Place. The shop provides a drop-off point for the Lions’ annual Christmas toy appeal and offers information about the many projects the club runs. The volunteers dressed the windows and tree and put together displays and stalls. They have continued to help out Saturdays by assisting in the shop, dressing in lion costumes, collecting change, and making up hampers.

The Bolton Lions have been hugely impressed by the students’ enthusiasm and hard work, which has helped raise the profile of the club. The volunteers themselves have had great fun, too!

Bolton School’s Infants have for many years supported the Bolton Lions’ Christmas Toy appeal, and this year the Girls’ Division is joining in with donations of presents.

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