Fun-filled activities raise thousands of pounds across Halton for Sport Relief

Asia Henshaw, Joanie Low, Scott Davies and Dylan Edge stage a spinathon

Sarah Madigan and Alicia Serdison have a go at inflatable jousting

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Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

FUN-FILLED activities raised thousands of pounds for Sport Relief across Halton.

Children at St Mary’s CE Primary School in Castlefields, Runcorn had a bake off and collected £500.

Students and staff at Riverside College raised more than £800 from a day packed with sporting challenges.

Cronton Sixth Form College staged a spinathon, inflatable jousting, raffles and sold cakes.

Students at the Kingsway campus were challenged to sit on a rodeo bull.

Pamela Crane posted on Facebook: “I lasted 26 seconds. Thighs are killing me.”

There was also a tug of war and table tennis competitions.

Morrisons staff held a non uniform day and hosted a charity quiz at Widnes RAOB club, offering a selection of sports memorabilia as prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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