Staff complete marathon moonwalk for breast cancer charity
Staff at the Robert Arkenstall Primary School in Haddenham raised thousands of pounds by taking on the London Moonwalk.
A group of 19 teachers, teaching assistants and their colleagues from the primary school tackled either the 13-mile half-moon or the 26-mile full moon walk around the capital to raise funds for Walk the Walk Worldwide – a breast cancer charity.
In total, the group has raised more than £4,300 through their efforts.
Sophie Housden, part of the organising team, said: “We asked the local bus company Youngs Coaches to take the moon walkers down and bring them back, who were fantastic and couldn’t have wished for better service.
“This breast cancer charity means a lot to the members of this school as numerous members of staff have beaten cancer and some who have unfortunately passed with this unkind condition.”
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