Bury St Edmunds school’s dramatic fund-raising for young hospital patients

Pupils from Sexton's Manor Primary School, in Bury St Edmunds, raised more than �340 for the Rainbow Ward ANL-160401-123355001
Pupils from Sexton's Manor Primary School, in Bury St Edmunds, raised more than �340 for the Rainbow Ward ANL-160401-123355001
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Pupils’ dramatic festive performances not only thrilled audiences but raised cash for young patients at West Suffolk Hospital.

The children at Sexton’s Manor Primary School asked for donations during their Christmas plays - bringing in more than £340 for the Rainbow Ward,

Head Debbie Knight said: “Helping others and fund-raising is part of the school’s ethos and we asked the pupils where they would like the money to go. Some of our families have needed the services and support of the Rainbow Ward and it was lovely to be able to give back to the hospital.”

Sue Smith, fund-raising manager at West Suffolk Hospital Charity, added: “All the pupils at Sexton’s Manor are fund-raising stars.”