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£120raised of £500 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £120 to Help William Morris College raise money for equipment in our Work experience cafe, and a sunken trampoline.

    Eastington, Stonehouse, UK
    Funded on Saturday, 15th September 2018

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    We are raising money by doing a Pub Quiz for William Morris College for students with learning disabilities.

    We would like to by a Professional coffee machine for our onsite cafe, to enable our students to become more independent and have valuable work experience. We are also raising money for a sunken trampoline, to add to our outdoor gym for our residents health and wellbeing.

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      Page last updated on: 6/12/2018 3:20 PM

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      • EESI Ltd

        EESI Ltd

        Jun 12, 2018

        Good luck with the fundraising. Best Wishes from all at EESI Ltd

        £100.00

      • Trudy Chudleigh

        Trudy Chudleigh

        May 24, 2018

        A great cause, I’m sure you will smash that target Carolyn xx

        £20.00

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      Carolyn Uzzell

      Carolyn Uzzell

      Eastington, Stonehouse, UK

      Based in Gloucestershire, William Morris is a specialist college promoting work-related learning and independence for young people with learning difficulties, assisting in their transition into adulthood.

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