Honiton mum donates her hill climb money to Fun Fit

PUBLISHED: 15:00 04 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:01 07 February 2017

Fun Fit youngsters at Honiton Primary School

Fun Fit youngsters at Honiton Primary School


Honiton Primary School parent and former governor Phillipa Clifford-Davis went motor racing – and raised money for the pupils.

She volunteered to help Honiton Round Table to work the gates at the Wiscombe Hill Climb.

In return, the group offered to donate money to a charity of her choice.

Phillipa said: “I chose to donate it to the school with the stipulation that it needed to be used for early intervention.

“The money has gone towards new equipment for Fun Fit – which helps to improve a child’s co-ordination skills and underlying postural stability and balance.”

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