Oldbury’s baking fundraiser

Students at Oldbury Wells held a non-uniform day and cake sale recently to raise money for the Harry Johnson Trust, a local charity that offers help and support to children and young adults who receive care from the Oncology team at Telford’s Princess Royal Hospital. The school raised an amazing £768.89 for the cause. Sally Johnson, cofounder of the trust, said, “Thank you to everyone at Oldbury Wells for organising and taking part. As a small local charity, this amount of money will make a huge difference to the local children we support.”
To find out more about the trust and the fantastic work they do, visit theharryjohnsontrust.co.uk.

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