School pupils wear red for Undiagnosed Children’s Day

PUBLISHED: 07:00 29 April 2015

All children in fancy dress for undiagnosed children's day event.Heron Class. Picture: Steve Williams.

All children in fancy dress for undiagnosed children's day event.Heron Class. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Pupils at Mepal and Witcham Primary School helped raise more than £150 for charity with a colourful dress-up day, on Friday.

The pupils were invited to wear red for the day, or their favourite football shirt, to raise funds for Swan UK – a charity that supports families of people suffering with conditions that are undiagnosed.

The themed day was the idea of a pupil in Owls Class who is being treated for an undiagnosed condition.

Parents were invited in for a bacon butty before school started and collections taken on the day raised more than £150.


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