Youngsters ditch their uniforms to help the vulnerable and isolated

KEVI Head Boy Jonathan Wubetu, Head Girl Flossie Hunt, second from left, and Deputy Head Girl Rachel Spedding, far right, hand over a cheque for �250 to Catrina Flynn, Fundraising Manager for Age UK Northumberland
KEVI Head Boy Jonathan Wubetu, Head Girl Flossie Hunt, second from left, and Deputy Head Girl Rachel Spedding, far right, hand over a cheque for �250 to Catrina Flynn, Fundraising Manager for Age UK Northumberland
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A MORPETH school has provided a county charity with a funding boost.

Age UK Northumberland received a cheque for £250 after students at King Edward VI School held a non-uniform day to support the Bobble campaign, which is run by all of its groups across the country.

The money will be spent on helping vulnerable and isolated elderly people in Northumberland through its range of services.