Village primary school sports day and cake sale boost road safety charity

Pupils took part in a Bake for Brake cake sale and also met Zac the Zebra, the charity's mascotPictu

Pupils took part in a Bake for Brake cake sale and also met Zac the Zebra, the charity's mascotPicture: Heather Delf - Credit: Archant

A village school has helped a road safety campaign by holding a sports afternoon and cake sale.

Pupils took part in a Bake for Brake cake sale and also met Zac the Zebra, the charity's mascotPictu

Pupils took part in a Bake for Brake cake sale and also met Zac the Zebra, the charity's mascotPicture: Heather Delf - Credit: Archant

Ludham Primary School and Nursery raised £167 for Brake from the day, which saw parents, carers and pupils make Bake for Brake cakes.

Zac the Zebra, Brake’s mascot, made an appearance at the sports day and even joined in some of the events, like the adults’ space hopper race.

Headteacher Heather Delf said: “The charity Brake does important work in helping to save lives by raising road safety awareness.

“I am so grateful to all the families, governors and staff at Ludham Primary School and Nursery, for their hard work, and support in making, selling and buying cakes - a real team effort.”

Headteacher Heather Delf with Zac the zebra Brake mascot at a recent fundraising eventPicture: Heath

Headteacher Heather Delf with Zac the zebra Brake mascot at a recent fundraising eventPicture: Heather Delf - Credit: Archant


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She thanked Kristen Hurn and Theresa Perkins who organised the sports afternoon, and parent Helen Bartlett for supporting the event.

Further information about the charity Brake can be found at www.brake.org.uk/families

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