Biggin Hill pupils bound for charity target after three legged walk

PUBLISHED: 12:01 18 October 2013 | UPDATED: 12:01 18 October 2013

Students at Charles Darwin School raised cash with a three legged walk.

Students at Charles Darwin School raised cash with a three legged walk.


Pupils at a Biggin Hill school literally joined forces to raise cash for charity with a three legged walk.

More than 30 children at Charles Darwin School, in Jail Lane, tied their ankles together to help reach their £3,000 target for the year - which will be donated to Help for Heroes.

There were special mentions for Jude Hobbs and Adam Nicholls, who raised a combined £112 before the sponsored walk had even taken place.

Anne Adams, Year 9 achievement co-ordinator, said: “Every £1 we raise will go to support injured service personnel. Thank you to everyone who took part and everyone who sponsored someone.”

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