Redwings Horse Sanctuary

The Friends of Wroughton Middle School organised an Easter raffle for pupils with Easter Eggs as prizes, donated by parents and friends. As a result, £150 was presented to Redwings Horse Sanctuary by the school.

The Friends of Wroughton Middle School organised an Easter raffle for pupils with Easter Eggs as prizes, donated by parents and friends. As a result, £150 was presented to Redwings Horse Sanctuary by the school. The picture shows Toni Watson, enterprise manager at Redwings, receiving the cheque from deputy head Graham Gibbins, together with some of the children. The money will be used to continue the valuable work carried out by Redwings in caring for horses and ponies.


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