Charity colour run at St Albans school
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Pupils at a school in St Albans have organised a colour run to raise money for a Welwyn Garden City charity which helps seriously ill young adults.
Beaumont School launched a ‘leaders’ programme with Year 8 pupils in September, providing them with work-related skills and encouraging them to give back to the school community.
The leaders are organising a 3km colour run on Saturday, June 8 to raise money for the WGC-based Willow Foundation, which helps organise special days for people aged 16 to 40 with life-threatening conditions.
Tickets cost £10 for people age eight and under and £15 for over-eights.
To buy tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org. Beaumont School colour run t-shirts are also available to buy at http://shopkeepeasy.com/117514
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To donate go to https://www.totalgiving.co.uk/charity/beaumont-school-st-albans
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