B Cador: June 2017
We're raising £1000 to ensure children at Wrenbury Primary School can participate in sports and fitness with all the kit they need in spite of funding cuts. The school competes in lots of sporting competitions across the school year and would like the teams to look the part in their very own school sports competition kits.
Terry Whalley, a governor at the school will be taking part in The Gauntlet — Half Iron Man challenge at Cholmondeley Castle on Sunday 25th June 2017. This is the second event in the Castle Triathlon Series and involves competitors undertaking:
I very much hope that with the support of friends and family of Wrenbury Primary School pupils I can help the school raise the funds needed towards reaching its goal.
Please donate to his JustGiving Crowdfunding Page and help make it happen:
Thank you for your support
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