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Sports Relief fun in Fenland




Olly Murdoch gets a helping hand from big brother Fin after his Sport Relief run
Olly Murdoch gets a helping hand from big brother Fin after his Sport Relief run

The people of Fenland played their part in a record-breaking Sport Relief effort.

Events across the area contributed to the £57million raised nationally to help change the lives of the poorest and most disadvantaged people in the UK and around the world.

Dance event for Sport Relief at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech ANL-160320-162333009
Dance event for Sport Relief at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech ANL-160320-162333009

All 285 children got involved at the Clarkson Infant and Nursery School in Wisbech. The youngsters took part in a sponsored bounce, raising money through family and friends to complete a minute on a bouncy castle.

The school also held a cake stall alongside Friday’s bounce and this week staff were still counting up the proceeds!

Tutor time conga and a crazy dance challenge were the order of the day at Wisbech’s Thomas Clarkson Academy on Friday. Students also had a chance to try out different dance styles. They will know how much they’ve raised later this week.

The previous day up to 100 pupils performed a piece choreographed by Lisa Tarsitano.On Saturday, 13 students went along to the Move It Festival.

Dance event for Sport Relief at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech'Students joining the conga ANL-160320-162423009
Dance event for Sport Relief at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech'Students joining the conga ANL-160320-162423009
Sponsored Bounce for Sport Relief at Clarkson Infant School, Wisbech'Youngsters from the Nursery Class having fun at the bounce event. ANL-160320-162533009
Sponsored Bounce for Sport Relief at Clarkson Infant School, Wisbech'Youngsters from the Nursery Class having fun at the bounce event. ANL-160320-162533009


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