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£3,206raised of £30,000 target by 185 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,206 to Billesley primary School. The Red Tree Fund. Teaching our children strategies to cope with the worry and stress of life's ups and downs.

    Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 7th August 2019

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    Billesley Primary School recognises children need to be physically fit, resilient and mentally healthy to succeed in life. We are committed to improving children’s physical and mental health. Money raised will be used to create inspiring spaces to improve children’s well being

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    • WIlliam Esley7 months ago
      WIlliam Esley

      WIlliam Esley

      7 months ago

      We’re climbing Snowdon! 40 brave members of the Billesley Staff team have signed up to do a gruelling 7 hour hike up Mount Snowdon- the highest mountain in Wales on Saturday 6th April. Please support us in raising money for The Red Tree Fund by sponsoring us!

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    • WIlliam Esley2 years ago
      WIlliam Esley

      WIlliam Esley

      2 years ago

      David. Huge congratulations to our very own Mr Cheshire, who finished the marathon in an incredible 3 hours 21 minutes. Truly superhuman. Thank you to everyone for your generous donations.

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    • WIlliam Esley2 years ago
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      2 years ago

      Becky and Lucy Thank you to everyone, who has donated so far and a huge well done to Becky and Lucy. All the training was well worth it! Becky finished in 2 hours 56 minutes, despite a knee injury at just 6 miles into the half marathon. Lucy finished in a 2 hours 32 minutes. Well done and thank you for your help in raising funds.

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    Page last updated on: 5/3/2019 06.07

    Supporters

    185

    • Alastair Burgess

      Alastair Burgess

      May 3, 2019

      Well done Ellen B. Love hubby and boogle x

      £50.00

    • Lauren T

      Lauren T

      May 2, 2019

      £100.00

    • Ian O'Donnell

      Ian O'Donnell

      Apr 23, 2019

      Congrats to Bethan and everyone else on making it up there in the snow.

      £10.00

    • Ant and Kayleigh

      Ant and Kayleigh

      Apr 16, 2019

      Better late than never! Well done Beth, an incredible accomplishment for a wonderful and much needed cause! Super proud of you! x

      £10.00

    • Richard Jones

      Richard Jones

      Apr 13, 2019

      I'm a bit suspicious that Bethan T went up Snowden on that train in the picture and waited for the others in the cafe on the top!

      £30.00

    • Esta Robertson

      Esta Robertson

      Apr 11, 2019

      Well done on the Snowdon climb!!

      £5.00

    • Claire Watts

      Claire Watts

      Apr 10, 2019

      Well done Shannon!! Sorry it’s a bit late 😘 xx

      £10.00

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    WIlliam Esley

    WIlliam Esley

    Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Billesley Primary School recognises children need to be physically fit, resilient and mentally healthy to succeed in life. We are committed to improving children’s physical and mental health. Money raised will be used to create inspiring spaces to improve children’s well being

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