Students give fellow teens funding boost

Students at KEVI held a non-uniform day and presenting the �100 proceeds to Morpeth Air Cadets and also the �500 they raised in other various ways are donating to Teenage Cancer Trust.  Pictured (l-r) Jennifer Thompson, Rebecca Megwa, James Carr, Flight Lieutenant Bob Donothey, Freddie Bowles and Joshua Bailey.
Students at KEVI held a non-uniform day and presenting the �100 proceeds to Morpeth Air Cadets and also the �500 they raised in other various ways are donating to Teenage Cancer Trust. Pictured (l-r) Jennifer Thompson, Rebecca Megwa, James Carr, Flight Lieutenant Bob Donothey, Freddie Bowles and Joshua Bailey.

PUPILS at Morpeth’s high school have been on a fund-raising drive to support some of their peers in the town as well as young people with serious illnesses.

King Edward VI School held a non-uniform day and senior students recently presented the £100 proceeds to Morpeth Air Cadets, who are aiming to purchase a new minibus. They also handed over the £500 they raised in other various ways for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Pictured from left to right are Jennifer Thompson, Rebecca Megwa and James Carr, Flight Lieutenant Bob Donothey, Freddie Bowles of Morpeth Air Cadets and Joshua Bailey.