Spooky goings on at Membury School
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Halloween cake sale raises more than £100 for school funds
Monsters, ghosts, coffins, fangs and eyeballs adorned Membury Primary Academy’s Halloween cake sale table last week.
Parents and children supported the event by baking some scarily impressive goodies – which produce a hair-raising £107.02 for the PTFA funds.
Senior teacher Emily Churchill said: “It was lovely to welcome so many Membury villagers to our cake sale - we appreciate their generosity and hope that they enjoyed our cakes.”
Funds raised will go to the Membury Primary Academy PTFA – a well supported organisation who raises funds for the school and contributes towards trips, extra curricular activities and equipment.
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Added Mrs Churchill: “We anticipate running another cake sale later in the year following on from the success of this event, which we hope will be just as well supported by members of the local community.”
Membury Primary Academy would welcome prospective parents, local community and friends to its Christmas Craft Open Morning on Saturday December 8.
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