Students’ summer fair day raises £300

A tombola seen at a summer Fair held at Blyth School's Open Learning Centre to raise money for Macmillian (left to right) local resident Pat Henderson, student Ryan Thorne and Coun Bob Parker.
A tombola seen at a summer Fair held at Blyth School's Open Learning Centre to raise money for Macmillian (left to right) local resident Pat Henderson, student Ryan Thorne and Coun Bob Parker.
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CHARITABLE students have raised £300 for Macmillan Cancer Care at a summer fair.

The Blyth School Community College opted for an Olympics theme for the event, decorating the stalls with bunting.

Years 7 and 8 sold raffle tickets in school, while sixth formers organised a tombola.

Visitors enjoyed a selection of pies, cakes, sausage rolls, cream scones and strawberry cup cakes baked by food technology students at the college.

The college is already planning for its next event in aid of the charity, the 2012 World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, which will be held on September 28.