Bolton School Senior Boys

Clothes Collection Benefits Hospice

  • Bolton Hospice clothes collection Manchester House

Manchester House, one of four Houses at Bolton School Boys' Division, has been working hard collecting items of clothing during a recycling themed week, which have been passed on to Bolton Hospice.

Gratefully collecting the donation, Felicity Ransom, Marketing and Database Manager at Bolton Hospice, said: "I am delighted to collect these clothes, which we can easily sell on through our ten shops across the town. The money will then be very much welcomed by the Hospice." Sixth Form students Peter Johnson, Luke James, Dylan Feingold and Harvey Haworth handed over the items which were collected by boys across Years 7 to 13 in Manchester House.

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