Reed schoolchildren help throw chocolate tombola fundraiser at Royston Tesco

PUBLISHED: 16:49 14 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:51 14 April 2017

Children helping out at the Friends of Reed School's chocolate tombola fundraiser at Tesco Extra in Royston.

Children helping out at the Friends of Reed School's chocolate tombola fundraiser at Tesco Extra in Royston.

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Youngsters from Reed First School headed out to Royston on Sunday armed with an owl, banner, buckets and lots and lots of chocolate!

The youngsters got stuck in helping with the fundraiser. The youngsters got stuck in helping with the fundraiser.

The chocolate tombola was organised by the Friends of Reed School and was held at the Royston Tesco Extra in Old North Road.

A FORS spokesman said: “Armed with our school mascot owl and some little helpers, we raised a fantastic £290.”

All proceeds will be going towards The Reed First School Library Fund.

The event raised nearly £300. The event raised nearly £300.

The group has lots of exciting events planned to fundraise for a school library to be built.

There will be another ‘Bookworm Ball’ in March next year at the Sheene Mill in Melbourn, which follows on from the success of this year’s event.

For more on FORS, go to the Facebook page ‘Friends of Reed School’.

The children enjoyed helping out at the event. The children enjoyed helping out at the event.

If you would like to get involved they’d love to hear from you. Contact the office on 01763 848304 or email the school at admin@reed.herts.sch.uk

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