Bolton School Senior Girls

Pupil’s Snack Sale Raises Funds for Oxfam

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Pupils in the Girls’ Division helped to raise money for Oxfam by purchasing from a snack sale organised by Year 10 pupil Victoria Wong. Victoria regularly volunteers at one of Oxfam’s shops and decided to organise the event to raise money for the charity.

She enlisted friends in her form, 10E, and set up a stall selling sweet and savoury treats during break and lunchtimes. The sale lasted for a week and a half, offering pupils everything from crisps to cakes, biscuits and sweets, and raised over £400.

Victoria said that she just wanted to give back to Oxfam after volunteering with the charity.

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