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Wroughton Junior's breast cancer aware

PUBLISHED: 20:23 26 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:45 03 July 2010

Wroughton Junior School pupils wear pink to help fight breast cancer

Wroughton Junior School pupils wear pink to help fight breast cancer

THE children at Wroughton Junior School have been supporters of the Pink Breast cancer campaign for several years and this year was no different. The fantastic sum of £216 was raised by the children paying 50p to come dressed in pink and the Friends of Wroughton held a coffee and cake afternoon at the end of the school day.

THE children at Wroughton Junior School have been supporters of the Pink Breast cancer campaign for several years and this year was no different. The fantastic sum of £216 was raised by the children paying 50p to come dressed in pink and the Friends of Wroughton held a coffee and cake afternoon at the end of the school day. Many thanks to all the children, parents, PTA and staff for their support of such a very good cause.

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