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Scarborough News - 8th July
A “Spellafun,” sweet stalls and a cake bake sale are just a handful of the events that have helped pupils from Terrington Hall School to raise £3,108.48 for The Encephalitis Society.
Nominated as its charity of the year, the school wanted to show its support for the Society and its work as the world-leading resource for those affected by Encephalitis and their families.
Other fundraisers which added to the grand total were the annual Spring Fair, retiring collections from the pre-prep’s Nativity play, annual carol concert and performance of a Christmas Carol.
Head teacher Stephen Mulryne, said: “The children have taken this charity to heart and I am terrifically proud of their efforts to find ways of raising money to help support the families of those affected by Encephalitis.”
Phillippa Chapman, the society’s Director of Operations, said: “We’re extremely thankful to the children and staff at Terrington Hall School for their kind and generous fundraising for The Encephalitis Society. We receive no Government funding so the support we receive from them means a great deal. The children have been fantastic and seem so engaged which is really brilliant.”
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The Encephalitis Society is the operating name of the Encephalitis Support Group which is a registered Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee.
Registered in England and Wales No. 4189027. Registered Office as above. Registered Charity No. 1087843.