Non-uniform day racks up the cash

Cheque presentations totalling �1700 to Leukaemia and Lyphoma Research and Northumbria Blood Bikes at Morpeth's KEVI High School seen with students and motor cycle riders Owain Harris (left) and Peter Robertson (right).'REF 2011141554

Cheque presentations totalling �1700 to Leukaemia and Lyphoma Research and Northumbria Blood Bikes at Morpeth's KEVI High School seen with students and motor cycle riders Owain Harris (left) and Peter Robertson (right).'REF 2011141554

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Students at King Edward VI School in Morpeth have been on a fund-raising drive to support two charities.

Following a non-uniform day, members of the School Council gave £850 each to Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, chosen in support of Year 12 student Fraser Garland, who was diagnosed with leukaemia in September, and Northumbria Blood Bikes, selected after representatives of the charity visited the school.