School in the pink for fundraising

PUBLISHED: 09:02 03 November 2013

Heleana Meeham and Sophie Tabor

Heleana Meeham and Sophie Tabor


A school got in the pink for a fundraising day to support the victims of brest cancer.

Roysia Middle School pupils and staff took part in a Wear It Pink day on Thursday to raise cash for the Breast Cancer Campaign.

Pupils in Year 7 sold pink lemonade and pink cakes to the rest of the school, then on Thursday everyone was encourage to wear weird and wacky pink outfits to school.

Catering staff at Roysia also got involved by producing three different types of pink pudding to mark the occasion.


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