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Luke read raised £3,120 from 112 supporters


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Closed 07/08/2021

raised of £1,500 target by 112 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,120 to provide advantages to kids at kesgrave high, such as school trips to kids that miss out. Provide kyson primary funding towards playground

    Funded on Saturday, 7th August 2021

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    Last year I took on the Yorkshire Three Peaks, 3 times.

    This year I’m going one step further. I will take on the National Three Peaks, 3 times.

    This equates to:

    - 69 miles

    - 30,156ft of elevation (1,126 ft higher than Everest)

    As we all know COVID has hit many of us hard in our local community and my goal is to help children in school to stay fed and physically active.



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      • Bryan


        Jul 2, 2021


      • Hatty


        Jun 23, 2021

        Well done, keep going!


      • Katrina


        Jun 22, 2021

        What an achievement!!


      • Ben Davies

        Ben Davies

        Jun 21, 2021


      • Anonymous


        Jun 20, 2021

      • Alice Manning

        Alice Manning

        Jun 20, 2021

        You are bonkers. Well done!


      • Stuart Moore

        Stuart Moore

        Jun 19, 2021

        Completed it mate 💪


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      KESGRAVE HIGH - it’s apparent that the money would be best spent to provide advantages to kids who may not otherwise benefit from such offerings, such as organised school trips. kyson primary We have agreed that the money will go towards improving their playground

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