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Girls Raise Funds for St Ann's Hospice

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Sixth Form charity representatives from Bolton School Girls' Division handed over a cheque for £727.33 to St Ann's Hospice, the largest hospice in Greater Manchester. The hospice, which has branches in Little Hulton, Cheadle and Trafford needs £16,000 per day just to keep the operation running.

The money was raised through a non-uniform day on 22 April by girls in Years 7 to 13 after Year 7 pupil Caitlyn Smith suggested St Ann's as the charity recipient. 

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Charity Prefects Emma Hussain, Abbie Humphrey and Tayyibah Khalid hand over  a cheque to Hannah Saunders, Partnerships Manager at St Ann

Charity Prefects Emma Hussain and Abbie Humphrey and Charity Coordinator Miss Marrs along with Caitlyn Smith hand over a cheque to Hannah Saunders, Partnerships Manager at St Ann's Hospice