On Friday 13 October we were delighted to present a cheque to Cobbes Meadow for £7,700 following the hard work of our pupils who have raised money through several methods, including open mic night and quizzes.

Cobbes Meadow is a horse riding centre for children and adults with disabilities, facilitating over 3,000 rides per year. The money will be used towards the purchase of two new horses (Billy and Tuppence), as well as livery and advertising costs. It was lovely to meet with Cobbes Meadow who enjoyed seeing the School, meeting pupils and were incredibly grateful for the generous donation.

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