A primary school has received a funding boost from the parent of a former pupil.
Palatine Primary School received a cheque for £330 from Lianne Ritchie, who raised the money by taking part in the 10k Mud Monster Run.
This event, which took place on October 8, is a mud and obstacle race which takes participants on a journey across muddy fields, up steep hills, through woods, washing off in river crossings, navigating through mud pits, fighting through deep muddy bogs, and over obstacles.
Palatine Primary is a special school based in Worthing which caters for pupils with moderate, severe and profound learning difficulties.
The school is fundraising to install a Multi-Use Games Area for the junior children and also for the local community to use.
Many of Lianne’s friends and family donated to the crowdfunding page that she set up, and the school is very grateful for her donation.
To find out more about Lianne’s fundraising project, visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/lianne-ritchie-1.
For more information about Palatine Primary School, visit palatineschool.org.
For those who would like to help Palatine Primary School in their fundraising, contact Jacqueline McGregor, business manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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