Limbering up for leotards
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Pupils at Littletown Academy getting rowing to raise money for the school’s gymnastics club.
Pupils at Littletown Academy in Honiton swapped pens and paper for a rowing machine to raise money for the school’s gymnastics club.
Members of the Key Stage 2 school council and gymnastics club took part in the sponsored row last week, which saw them row a total of 19.33km.
So far £101 has been raised with more donations expected.
The money raised will be used to buy new leotards for the club.
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