School’s big­gest fundraiser

North Wales Weekly News - - WRITTEN BY YOU -

NURS­ERY and re­cep­tion chil­dren at Ys­gol Glan­wyd­den en­ter­tained their par­ents and grand­par­ents by singing in a cof­fee af­ter­noon to raise money for the can­cer char­ity Clic Sar­gent.

Not only that but a raf­fle was held and all pupils were al­lowed to wear their own clothes for a do­na­tion. This brought about an amaz­ing £1,035 in do­na­tions in one af­ter­noon - the big­gest fundraiser in the school’s his­tory.

Over a year ago one of the pupils, Is­abelle Nay­lor who had only just started school in nurs­ery, was di­ag­nosed with leukaemia. De­spite months of dif­fi­cult treat­ment, she re­turned to school full of en­ergy and ready to take on her ed­u­ca­tion just be­fore the sum­mer.

The Clic Sar­gent char­ity has been cen­tral to Is­abelle’s re­turn, sup­port­ing the fam­ily through dif­fi­cult times and now track­ing Is­abelle’s progress at school so that she can avoid long jour­neys to the hos­pi­tal.

Abi­gail, Is­abelle’s twin sis­ter, Mrs Sian Nay­lor, their mum, Vicky from Clic Sar­gent, Ms N Wil­liams, class teacher, Mrs Rhian Pritchard, Clic Sar­gent fam­ily support nurse and Is­abelle

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