Plymtree pupils run around the village to aid Sport Relief

PUBLISHED: 11:00 31 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:20 04 April 2018

The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.

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Youngsters from Plymtree Primary School ran up to four kilometres for Sports Relief.

Plymtree Primary School pupils.Plymtree Primary School pupils.

The event was split into the runs – two kilometres and four kilometres, and every pupil from reception to year six joined in.

The children donned fancy dress for the village run, which has now become an annual event.

Alex Cutler, the school’s head, said: “This was a real community event with parents, grandparents and staff either stewarding or running, once or twice around the village.

“This village run has become an annual event which our children really look forward to. The village and school community all come together to make this event such a success.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

“Donations and sponsorships are continuing to come in to help children who may not get the same sporting opportunities as our children are given.”

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.

The Plymtree village run.The Plymtree village run.


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