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Thank you for your support!

A huge thank you to everyone who has supported the first phase of the Thrive@Badminton campaign
What a result!
What a result!
On Monday on the return to the second half of the festive Autumn Term, pupils and parents alike were welcomed back by the final total of our first ever Thrive@Badminton campaign. The first phase of Badminton’s Thrive Campaign (in support of the Sports Centre), raised an overwhelming £835,000, surpassing our target of £750,000. 
 
The support we received from our community exceeded all expectations, with donations pouring in from current parents, former families and Alumnae as well as the wider community.  Several sponsored events were also held by Involved and also of course by our girls.  It has truly been a community effort.

It is a delight to see the Sports Centre sitting so proud on our landscape and in use by the girls and our local sports partnerships gaining momentum.  As the involvement grows, so will the ambitions and achievements of Badminton School pupils.
 
This sporting venue was the main focus of the Thrive@Badminton campaign over the last year and we now look forward to focusing on more aspects in the future and to move forward in our commitment to provide exemplary facilities integral to School life.

Thank you again for all your support.

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