Woodroffe's hats for Haiti

PUBLISHED: 13:03 02 February 2010 | UPDATED: 00:51 16 June 2010

Hatts off to students at The Woodroffe School.

Hatts off to students at The Woodroffe School.

HATS off to students and staff at The Woodroffe School, in Lyme Regis, who raised £800 for the Haiti disaster appeal by wearing an array of head gear.

HATS off to students and staff at The Woodroffe School, in Lyme Regis, who raised £800 for the Haiti disaster appeal by wearing an array of head gear.

They put on their hats to raise funds for the emergency aid relief efforts and long-term recovery for victims of the earthquake.

Head of sixth form Jim Thomas said: "Staff and students made a great effort and had a fun day with a serious purpose. We have raised over £800.


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