Wigan school pupils get crafty to make a difference for struggling families
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Members of the craft club at St John Fisher High School, in Beech Hill, held a craft and cake sale to support Daffodils Dreams.
They raised an impressive £929 and handed over a cheque to the organisation’s founder Maureen Holcroft when she visited the school.
She said: “It has been a pleasure to be able to support the pupils of St John Fisher.
“I am looking forward to continuing to work together as a community should.”
Her sister Frances Bateman used to work at the school and returned to be part of the craft club.
She said: “I have witnessed first-hand the care, time and hard work that the pupils have given to the fund-raising for Daffodils Dreams. The pupils are already planning their summer fair in support and are looking forward to raising more funds for Daffodils Dreams.”