Charity ‘in the pink’ thanks to schoolkids
BACUP Holy Trinity Primary School held a ‘Pink Day’ fundraiser in memory of ex pupil Emily May, who tragically lost her battle with cancer last year.
Her brother and sister Henry and Georgina helped to organise the event, which raised £453 for children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent.
All pupils wore pink and there was also a raffle as Joanne Walls donated a Scentsy buddy teddy.
The charity helped the family during Emily May’s illness.
●● Bacup Holy Trinity School held a ‘Pink Day’ in memory of former pupil Emily May