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|Title:||Students Sell Cakes and Coffee for Charity|
|Author:||Doncaster College |
|ID & Publication:||20140511016 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
Doncaster College students have been raising hundreds of pounds for charity by holding a coffee morning and selling cakes to staff and fellow students.
For their efforts, Childcare students collected a grand total of £611 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
The charity offers care and support to children with a shortened life expectancy, both in their own homes and at the hospice in North Anston, Sheffield.
Deborah Ellis, Course Leader, Level 3 Extended Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce, at the College, said,
’We have raised £577.12, but more money is being collected through selling Bluebell Wood pins. A big thank you for the hard work of Extended Diploma Childcare students and the support of Year 1 Diploma Level 3 students. One the librarians in the Learning Resource Centre won the raffle cake and the Easter Bonnet was won by Emma Tolliday (Level 3 student) and Deborah Ellis won guess the name of lamb, which is named Rosie the Lamb.
We also collected bags of unwanted items to donate to Bluebell through their ‘Bag it up Days’ around the region, which brought the total to over £600.’
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