Racking them up

PUBLISHED: 14:21 28 June 2007 | UPDATED: 12:35 04 May 2010

The pupils

The pupils

PUPILS from the Rackham Primary School in Witchford have helped to raise money for their new swimming pool by making a six metre trail of 50p coins. The event was organised nationally by the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations. Students

PUPILS from the Rackham Primary School in Witchford have helped to raise money for their new swimming pool by making a six metre trail of 50p coins.

The event was organised nationally by the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations.

Students from primary schools all over the country took part, but this was the first time the Rackham School participated.

Children brought in 50p coins and each school had to make as long a trail as possible. Rackham pupils raised £165 for their own cause.

Pictured from left to right: Sarah, Sam, Ben and Scott.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE


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