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Junior School girls supporting Thrive@Badminton

Junior School girls fundraising for Thrive@Badminton Campaign

22 Mar 2018
School News
Good luck girls!
Good luck girls!
This week we celebrate our young Badmintonians, who are lacing up their trainers over the Easter holidays to raise funds for our Thrive@Badminton Campaign.

Connie will be supported by her family and walking from Bristol to Bath, whilst Chloe and Ellie will be in Paris, running the kids marathon, with Chloe doing 2.4 miles and sister Ellie doing 1.2 miles. They have had little time to train with the recent weather so we are sending a big Badminton cheer to help them on their way.

If you would like to help the girls then do visit their fundraising pages below. We are hopeful that with the continued support we will soon hit the next milestone of £200,000.

Thanks to all of you that have made a difference.

To sponsor Connie please visit her fundraising page
To sponsor Chloe & Ellie please visit their fundraising page

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