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News: Car­ing stu­dents fundraise for Stonebridge

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Stonebridge Walk

Ear­ly Years stu­dents at Not­ting­ham Col­lege showed their car­ing side by fundrais­ing over £1000 for Stone­bridge City Farm after hear­ing about its fund­ing issues.

In March, over 80 stu­dents from ear­ly years and edu­ca­tion cours­es, rang­ing from Entry to Lev­el 3, took part in a spon­sored walk from our Claren­don cam­pus to the farm.

Ear­ly Years Asses­sor Esther Colton said: 

The walk was fan­tas­tic. See­ing so many of our learn­ers join the walk was quite emo­tion­al. Stone­bridge is a very impor­tant resource to the local com­mu­ni­ty, I knew we had to do some­thing to help keep the place open. I am very proud of all of our learn­ers for tak­ing part and rais­ing lots of money. 

Esther Colton — Ear­ly Years Assessor

On Fri­day 10 May stu­dents Matthew Osborne, 18, and Jhon Fry, 17 along with Asses­sor Esther Colton hand­ed the cheque over to Man­ag­er, Peter Armitage.

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  • 14th May 2019 (3:21 PM)
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