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HTPD 21/7/17

21 July 2017

Dear Parents,

Another great year draws to a close! The international days at the start of this final week were really successful and I hope it encouraged all our families with links overseas that we love the diversity of our international community – the children enjoyed learning through music, dance, food, art and song about a huge range of different countries. Our leavers have finished well and will move on with so many memories of “learning to live” at Holy Trinity Pewley Down. We wish them all every success in their new schools. Thank you so much for all your encouragement and support throughout the year, but especially in these last few days. It was lovely to share the end of year celebrations with so many of you at our Celebration Afternoon – thank you for coming!

Thank you as well for your generosity to all the teachers. Your kind gifts and best wishes are always much appreciated! I know that Patrick, Jo, Sam and Maggie in particular feel so grateful to you for making their last week at HTPD so memorable. I hope that they, like all our leavers, will look back with fondness on the time they’ve spent at the school. As Katie Thomas, Holy Trinity’s curate reminded us at our end of year service, we remain a part of the school community even when our paths take us into new adventures. I hope you all have a fantastic summer break and we look forward to welcoming you back to school on Tuesday 5th September.

With best wishes
Clare

WHOLE SCHOOL 

Autumn term starts on:

  • Tuesday 5 September (Years 1-6)
  • Wednesday 6 September (Year R summer born children)
  • Monday 11 September (all Year R children)

INFANT

Lost
Max Andrews (Walnut Class) has lost his named Mandela t-shirt.

Beau Stableford (Hazel Class) has lost his ‘Joules’ sunhat – denim on one side, striped on the other, and a Camelback water bottle with a dinosaur pattern.

Tennis
Premier Tennis will be delivering a series of quality Mini-Tennis coaching sessions at Pewley Down, offering Year 1 and Year 2 pupils a fun introduction to the sport with some great skill development and fun games. The sessions will run for the first 6 weeks of the new Autumn Term from 8th September to 13th October. Places are limited to 8 and on a first come basis. To book onto these session please click this direct link: https://premiertennis.co.uk/basket/add/872
 


JUNIOR

Have a great summer!


FOPS News

Thank You
A big thank you to everyone who has helped out with FOPS this year. From all our hardworking class reps, volunteers and families who have supported the various events and sales - we couldn't have done it without you! Together we have raised in excess of £9,000 and have funded a wide range of teaching resources and equipment including the rejuvenated outdoor classrooms and essential maths, science and English equipment. Next year sees an ongoing commitment from FOPS to develop the Early Years provision at school - so definitely exciting times ahead!

New FOPS Committee Needed
We are looking for a new chair or a small group of chair persons to take over running FOPS from September. Can YOU help? It’s a great opportunity to get involved with the school community, raise funds, organise social events and make great changes for all our children a reality. With educational budgets tightening the fund raising role of the PTA is becoming more and more vital so please consider it carefully. To find out more please email Jill, Nicci or Sue or nab us for a chat. We are also on the lookout for new class reps. Please advise your current reps if you would like to take on this role next year.

FOPS Sponsor
Please don’t forget Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford (our major sponsor now for the third year running) will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So if you are thinking about either, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk.

Save the Date
FOPS AGM and Meet the Team evening 12 September at 7pm in the school hall


HTSC News

A huge thank you to everyone who has helped out this year whether it was by coming along to events, helping to organise the events, being a class rep or part of the HTSC committee. We have had a great year and organised some fantastic events, with our initial estimates showing that we have raised just over £22,500. Thank you everyone!

A special mention must go to the amazing Year 6 fundraising team who raised a staggering £2,700 towards the Year 6 leavers' activities.

Class Reps
We are urgently seeking class reps for ALL YEARS next year.

There are usually two reps per class who provide the vital link between the class and HTSC. The support from this team of volunteers is particularly important when it comes to organising our main events, as the HTSC really wouldn’t function without them. We always love to see new faces and hear new ideas. We aim to have 6 class reps in each year group - ideally at least 2 per class. The class reps in each year group work together as a team sharing the class rep responsibilities and organising socials for each year group as a whole.

If you would like further information, please contact Ros Vickerman, rosalindvickerman@yahoo.com or Carrie Witts, carriewitts@gmail.com.

Goodbye and Thank You
We would like to take this opportunity to say goodbye and a massive thank-you to Jo Burne our current HTSC secretary. Jo has been a brilliant secretary for the last year and a fantastic part of the HTSC team.

A huge thanks also to Mame French for her excellent management of the Sainsbury's scheme and to Tammi and Farah for their fantastic hard work organising the HT uniform shop – we will miss all of them!

HTSC Sponsor
A massive thanks to Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford, our major sponsor now for the third year running. Cavenders will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So, if you are thinking about doing either over the summer, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk.

HTSC AGM – Thursday 14 September 7.45pm
HTSC’s AGM will take place in the Chapel on Thursday 14 September straight after the HT meet the team evening. We will be receiving this year’s accounts and electing the new Committee members for the next academic year.

HTPD 14/7/17

14 July 2017

Dear parents

As I write Year 6 are walking to Shere ready to have lunch at the half way point on the Trinity Trek. I reflected with the junior school in assembly this morning, that this expedition is a great metaphor for all that is meant by “Learn to Live”. The children have to walk a good long way which is a big challenge for some, spend the whole day with their friends, walking alongside, sharing memories and getting excited together about their future, before they then prepare a meal together, cooking over a trangia stove. It’s always a brilliant day and a great way to celebrate the end of their time at HTPD. We also enjoyed a special leavers’ service for Year 6 at the beautiful St Mary’s church and were able to share with parents some of the highlights of their children’s time at the school.

The other year groups have also all been very busy this week finishing off topics and getting ready for the final week of term. I really enjoyed the Year 2 dinosaur museum this morning – and loved watching the children proudly showing their stunning work to their museum visitors. Yesterday Year 3 entertained their guests at the World War II tea party. Their singing of wartime songs and recitals of letters, poems and newspaper reports reflected how much they have learned this term! And of course we also had a great sports day at both sites on Tuesday. Thank you so much to all of you for making these events so special – I really do appreciate how involved you are in your children’s experiences at school.

Next week we’re looking forward to two international days on Monday and Tuesday when we hope to celebrate our links with countries all over the world. If your child speaks another language, do encourage them to chat to their teacher about it and share their talents with the class, as well as telling stories of their international links. Celebration afternoon on Wednesday will give the opportunity for you to visit your child’s class, chat about their end of year report which you should have received yesterday, and even pop in to visit your child’s new classroom and meet their new teacher. I hope you have enjoyed reading the end of year summary of all that your child has achieved this year; having read them all, I am so proud of their efforts and progress. It’s been a very purposeful and enjoyable year!

Enjoy the weekend!

With best wishes,
Clare

WHOLE SCHOOL NOTICE

Term Ends next Friday 21 July: 1:30pm at Pewley Down; 1:45pm at Holy Trinity

Autumn term starts on Tuesday 5 September (Years 1-6), Wednesday 6 September/ Monday 11 September (Year R)

INFANT

Celebration afternoon, Wednesday 19 July
Don’t forget the Celebration Afternoon on Wednesday when everyone is invited to come and look at the children’s hard work this term.
Pewley Down from 1:30pm
Holy Trinity from 2:00pm
Please let your child’s teacher know when you are ready to go home.

Outstanding Payments
An urgent reminder to settle any outstanding invoices for PUPS, Clubs+, Breakfast Club, swimming and lunches (at the juniors) before the end of term next week.

Whole School Photograph
If you wish to purchase a copy of the photograph, please return your order form to either the HT or PD school office by Wednesday 19 July. Photographs will be ready for collection in September.

School Fruit
As we are only being supplied with fruit for the children on Monday and Tuesday, it would be lovely if your child could bring in a piece each day for the remainder of the week.

Year 2 Leavers’ Assembly, Wednesday 19 July, 9:30am
All Year 2 parents are invited to attend the Leavers’ Assembly on Wednesday 19th July. They are also invited to the Celebration afternoon the same day, but we understand if, following the Leavers’ Assembly in the morning, you would rather wait to look at children’s books when they come home at the end of the week.

Library Books
Please have a look round at home and return any school library or reading books before the end of term.

Run to Sochi
We have made it to Sochi and back………...we ran a total of 3870 miles! The top three boys and girls who ran the furthest received their stickers in assembly this week. Well done everyone! We will be choosing a new place to run to in the autumn term.

Lost
Our lost property box at the lower entrance is overflowing, please have a look if your child has any uniform items missing.

Menu for week beginning Monday 17 June

Mon: Spaghetti Bolognaise or Vegetable Bolognaise served with Garlic Bread; Fruit Crumble with Custard
Tues: Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice or Roasted Pepper & Leek Flan with New Potatoes; Fruit Jelly
Weds: Roast Turkey with Roast Potatoes & Gravy or Macaroni Cheese; Chocolate Sponge with Chocolate Sauce
Thurs: Mexican Chilli or Vegetable & Lentil Curry, Rice; Cheesecake
Fri: Fish Fingers with Chips & Homemade Ketchup or Neapolitan Pasta; Ice Cream
Available daily: Selection of seasonal vegetables, salads, jacket potato and bread. Yoghurt, milk and fresh fruit


JUNIOR

There are no teacher-led after school clubs next week

Dates for your diary:
Monday/Tuesday 17 and 18th July – International Days
Wednesday, 19th July – Celebration Afternoon (Year 6 Victorian Exhibition in the Chapel)
Thursday, 20th July – Whole School Service (Years 2 – 6) at Holy Trinity Church at 1.45 p.m.
Friday, 21st July – School closes at 1.45 p.m.

Sport
Year 4 Netball Match v QE
Date: Tuesday 18th July
Time: from 3.30pm - 5.15pm (Parents to help with refreshments please)
Venue - HOME
 
Laura Sutton
HTPD Sports Co-ordinator
Follow us on Twitter: @HTPDSport

Lost
Charles Preston 3A lost his black and orange watch at the Year 3 Sleepover last Friday. Please keep an eye out for it and if you come across it, please return it to the school. Many thanks.

Menu - Week 1 - coming soon
 


FOPS News (Infant PTA)

Thank You
A big thank you to everyone who has helped out with FOPS this year. From all our hardworking class reps, volunteers and families who have supported the various events and sales - we couldn't have done it without you! 

Together we have raised in excess of £9,000 and have funded a wide range of teaching resources and equipment including the rejuvenated outdoor classrooms and essential maths, science and English equipment. Next year sees an ongoing commitment from FOPS to develop the Early Years provision at school - so definitely exciting times ahead! 

New FOPS Committee Needed
We are looking for a new chair or a small group of chair persons to take over running FOPS from September. Can YOU help? It’s a great opportunity to get involved with the school community, raise funds, organise social events and make great changes for all our children a reality. With educational budgets tightening the fund raising role of the PTA is becoming more and more vital so please consider it carefully. To find out more please email Jill, Nicci or Sue or nab us for a chat.

We are also on the lookout for new class reps. Please advise your current reps if you would like to take on this role next year. 

FOPS Sponsor
Please don’t forget Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford (our major sponsor now for the third year running) will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So if you are thinking about either, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk. 

Save the Date
Friday 21st July – Yr 1 End of year parents party 8pm-12am at 33 Tangier Road, GU1 2DF, thank you to the McClungs for hosting.


HTSC News

CLASS REPS NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR
A huge thank you to all the class reps for all they have done this year, we have had some brilliant events and raised a fantastic sum of money for the school.

Now you know which class your child is in next year, perhaps you might consider taking on the role of class rep? The support from this team of volunteers is particularly important when it comes to organising our main events, as the PTA really wouldn’t function without them. If you would like to know more about what the role involves or volunteer your services, please contact Ros Vickerman rosalindvickerman@yahoo.com or Carrie Witts carriewitts@gmail.com

YEAR 6 – END OF YEAR DRINKS – SATURDAY 15 JULY – CHANGE OF VENUE
The venue for the Year 6 parents end of year drinks has been changed from Rogues to Cat Allan's house - 9 Waterden Road GU1 2AN (100 yards from Rogues). The start time is 7.30pm onwards.

Please bring a bottle and a dish of food to share and we can set up a buffet table. Any queries please contact Cat on catrionaallan@yahoo.co.uk or 07817085366.

OTHER DATES FOR THE DIARY:
HTSC AGM –THURSDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 7.45PM
HTSC’s AGM will take place in the Chapel on Thursday 14 September straight after the HT meet the team evening. We will be receiving this year’s accounts and electing the new Committee members for the next academic year

HTSC SPONSOR
A huge thanks to Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford, our major sponsor now for the third year running. Cavender will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So if you are thinking about doing either, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk.
 


NAME TAPE SEWING
My name is Kate Downey; I was previously a student at HTPD. I am raising money to fund a Sixth Form project in Ecuador in 2018. If you hate sewing name tapes into new uniform, I will do it for you for a donation to my cause. I look forward to hearing from you. Please contact me at: keldowney16@gmail.com.  Thank you very much for all your support.


HTPD 7/7/17

07 July 2017

Dear Parents,

I’m delighted to report on this year’s district sports triumph! On Monday afternoon, 70 children represented the junior school at the Spectrum competing against other Guildford schools and, as well as huge numbers of individual wins, we were thrilled to be awarded the overall trophy for our team’s success. As well as superb athletic skills, the children showed fantastic team spirit, supported each other brilliantly and behaved exceptionally well! Superb ambassadors for the school! Thanks also go to the sports staff who throughout the year have enabled over 60% of the junior school children to compete in inter-school events.

As I write, Year 3 are heading back from their day out at Newlands’ Corner ready for a sleepover in school tonight. Seeing how excited they were and how ready for adventure, I reflected on what happens in the course of a year: ninety six children working together as a team, all enjoying the company of their teachers and friends – it’s hard to believe that less than a year ago they were tentatively taking their first steps into junior school life.

Our focus across all year groups is now on transitioning children into their new classes and for some, into new schools. We are talking to the children about “embracing the future with hope and confidence” and giving them strategies to move on successfully. At the infants, the first “move up” morning went really well, but we are also making sure that the children continue learning right up to the summer break with school trips, International Days, preparation for celebration afternoon and lots of outdoor learning in this beautiful sunshine! 



Hope to see you at Sports’ Day on Tuesday (straight after morning drop off at the infants, and straight after lunch at the juniors).

With best wishes
Clare

INFANT

Sports Day, Tuesday 11 July, 9.15 am
Please wait up on the field after drop-off; we aim to start the races at 9.15am. Children will be sitting in their house groups and these areas will be clearly marked. Please stand at the outside edges of the field to watch your children.

Children will need their PE kit (house T shirt, shorts and well-fitting trainers) on Tuesday.

  • Year 2 will keep their PE kit in school and change in the morning.
  • Year 1 should come to school in PE kit ready for sports day.
  • Year R should also come to school in PE kit, and these will be sent home on Monday.

Please ensure that your child has a water bottle and sun hat in school that day.

Celebration afternoon, Wednesday 19 July, 1.30pm
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy the children’s work in the classrooms on Wednesday 19 July.

YEAR 2:
  • Chestnut Class packed lunches, 12 July: A reminder that children in Chestnut Class should bring a packed lunch from home on Wednesday.
  • Dinosaur Museum, Friday 14 July, 9.30 am: Walnut Class parents should visit the café first, then the museum; Chestnut Class will visit the museum first then the café.
  • Leavers’ Assembly, Wednesday 19 July, 9.30 am: Year 2 parents are invited to attend the Leavers’ Assembly on Wednesday 19th. They are also invited to the Celebration afternoon the same day but we understand if, following the Leavers’ Assembly in the morning, you would rather wait to look at children’s books when they come home at the end of the week.

Golden Boot Challenge
Well done to everyone for taking part and making an effort to come to school in greener ways. Walnut Class were the overall winners and received the Golden Boot trophy and Willow Class were runners up. Both classes were awarded with the Golden Boot badge.

Teacher-led clubs
All of the teacher-led clubs have now finished, apart from Andy’s clubs (Multi Sports – Tuesday, Ball Games – Wednesday) which will run for a further week.

Year 1
Please return the ‘Child Information’ form for swimming next year to the school office by Tuesday 11 July.

Run to Sochi
We are now on the way back from Sochi, and in weeks 9 and 10 we ran 490 miles.

Lost:
Jonas & Marcus Spicer (Year R) have each lost a pair of named PE shorts.
Sophia Pentikainen (Hazel) has lost a pair of size 13 Clark’s black school shoes with a bow on the front – possibly taken home in error.
Arthur Mackie (Oak) has lost his book bag and a Barcelona cap.
Our lost property box at the lower entrance is overflowing, please have a look if your child has any uniform items missing.

See FOPS news below …..


Menu for week beginning Monday 10 July
Mon: Chicken Korma with Onion Rice or Vegetable Pasta Bake; Fruit Crumble with Custard
Tues: Shepherd’s Pie or Butternut & Leek Tart with New Potatoes; Apple Strudel
Weds: Roast Beef with Roast Potatoes or Chickpea & Green Lentil Curry with Rice; Jelly & Fresh Fruit Salad
Thurs: Jerk Chicken with Vegetable Pilaf or Salmon Crunch; Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Custard
Fri: Fish Fingers with Chips or Vegetable Frittata; Ice Cream
Available daily: Selection of seasonal vegetables, salads, jacket potato and bread. Yoghurt, milk and fresh fruit.


JUNIOR 

Cancelled Clubs
No library clubs until the end of term: Chess, Board Games and Book Club have all finished for the term.
Creative Writing will finish next week.

Dates for your diary:
Sunday 9 July Summer -  Celebrations/Fun Day at The Spike
Tuesday 11 July - Sports Day – We aim to start at approximately 1.15pm.
Thursday 13 July
- Year 6 Leavers’ Service at St. Mary’s Church, Quarry St, Guildford GU1 3UA at 10am.
- Year 3 WWII Tea Party in the Hall at 2pm.
Friday 14 July Trinity Trek for Year 6

First Aid Kits
We are so grateful to parents for their support but could we ask, please, that if any parent who has helped on a day or residential trip over the last few weeks still has the first aid kit at home, to return it to the office as we have quite a few missing. Thank you.

Sport
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Sports Day from 1.15pm on Tuesday 11 July. The lower carpark will be opened once lunch has finished (approx. 1.00pm) and we hope to be finished by 3.15pm. Children have picked their activities this week and we cannot wait for a fun-filled afternoon. Please make sure the children have their PE kit particularly their House T Shirts and of course, sun cream, sun hat and a bottle of water.

Laura Sutton
HTPD Sports Coordinator
Follow us on Twitter @HTPDSport

Menu - Week 3 - coming soon

FOPS News

New FOPS committee needed
Another school year is drawing to an end and we are looking for a new chair or a small group of chair persons to take over running FOPS from September. Can YOU help? It’s a great opportunity to get involved with the school community, raise funds, organise social events and make great changes for all our children a reality. With educational budgets tightening the fund raising role of the PTA is becoming more and more vital so please consider it carefully. To find out more please email Jill, Nicci or Sue or nab us for a chat.

FOPS Sponsor
Please don’t forget Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford (our major sponsor now for the third year running) will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So if you are thinking about either, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk. 
 
SAVE THE DATE:
Wed 12th July - FOPS drinks from 8.00pm at The Weyside – please come and join us! 
20th July - Year 2 End of Year drinks at Rogues Wine Bar. The conservatory has been booked from 8pm
Friday 21st July – Year 1 End of year parents party from 8pm at the McClungs house: 33 Tangier Rd, GU1 2DF


HTSC News

SUMMER FAIR – BEACH PARTY- THANK YOU!
A massive thank you to everyone who helped at last week’s Summer Fair. The weather was very kind to us, there was a great atmosphere and it was lovely to see the children having such a brilliant time. Our initial estimates show that we raised over £4,000 which is a fantastic result – thank you for all your support.

A special thanks also to Cavenders Sales & Lettings who sponsored our top raffle prize of an Apple watch.

CLASS REPS NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR
A huge thank you to all the class reps for all they have done this year, we have had some fabulous events and raised a fantastic amount of much needed money for the school.

You will soon know which class your child is going to be in next year and perhaps you might consider taking on the role of class rep next year? The support from this team of volunteers is particularly important when it comes to organising our main events, as the PTA really wouldn’t function without them. If you would like to know more about what the role involves or volunteer your services, please contact Ros Vickerman rosalindvickerman@yahoo.com or Carrie Witts carriewitts@gmail.com

YEAR 6 – CAKES AT SPORTS DAY – TUESDAY 11 JULY
Traditionally Year 6 organise tea and cakes for the parents at the HT Sports day as part of the fundraising for the Year 6 leavers’ book and activities.

If you are able to, please would you bake a cake or tray bake or similar and bring in on Tuesday. We also need lots of help to set up and serve the refreshments - please contact Elaine Fitzwater epfitzwater@gmail.com if you are able to help.

YEAR 6 – END OF YEAR DRINKS – SATURDAY 15 JULY – CHANGE OF VENUE
The venue for the Year 6 parents end of year drinks has been changed from Rogues to Cat Allan's house - 9 Waterden Road GU1 2AN (100 yards from Rogues). The start time is 7.30pm onwards.

Please bring a bottle and a dish of food to share and we can set up a buffet table. Any queries please contact Cat on catrionaallan@yahoo.co.uk or 07817085366.

HTSC AGM –THURSDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 7.45PM
HTSC’s AGM will take place in the Chapel on Thursday 14 September straight after the HT meet the team evening. We will be receiving this year’s accounts and electing the new Committee members for the next academic year.

HTSC SPONSOR
A huge thanks to Cavender Sales & Lettings in Guildford, our major sponsor now for the third year running. Cavender will donate £250 to the school if you decide to rent your property through them or if you sell a property through them, they will donate £500. So if you are thinking about doing either, please get in contact with them www.cavenders.co.uk.


BEC-Art Workshops for 7 -12 year olds now run once a month in Guildford on Saturdays in term time from September.  9.30am class (approx 9-12years), 11.45am (approx7-10years) and  2.30-4.30pm (approx7-12years)  approx 2 spaces remaining in each . 5 one hour workshops cost £50 or 5 two hour workshops cost £80 (this includes January 2018).  All materials included & one and half hour classes also available. We will be using watercolours (9 Sept), printing (7 Oct), making clay decorations (4 Nov), silk painting (25 Nov) & acrylics(6 Jan). Class size is 9 children. For more information please contact Becca Clegg (mum of Izzy in 5HB) at www.becart.co.uk & www.facebook.com/BecArtGroup to book, to see recent work and the itinerary for the rest of the academic year.

Amazing Art Club: Engaging, Creating, Inspiring!
Come along and have fun learning a mixture of drawing skills, painting techniques and how to construct in 3-d (including puppets/ mechanical objects/ paper engineering/bookart) whilst looking at a range of artists and applied artists for inspiration. Key to the sessions is that your child develops their own voice, sustains focus, finds solutions, explores ideas and ways of working that they find interesting whilst learning new skills and a context for their work. It is stealth learning!

Sessions are run by artist Sophie Artemis www.sophieartemis.com. See website for gallery of children's work. Sophie has 2 sons and loves making artist's books and painting (work collected by the Tate Gallery and the V&A Museum) in her studio in Guildford. This popular club has been running since 2013.  Maximum 10 spaces so book early: Starts THURSDAY 5th October, all materials included in the price. (I will be in New York hence the late start of term). Tel: 07855 622303 or email 2sophieartemis@gmail.com

Names Tape Sewing
My name is Kate Downey; I was previously a student at HTPD. I am raising money to fund a Sixth Form project in Ecuador in 2018. If you hate sewing name tapes into new uniform, I will do it for you for a donation to my cause. I look forward to hearing from you. Please contact me at: keldowney16@gmail.com Thank you very much for your support.

FUNDRAISING FOR DISABILITY CHALLENGERS, GUILDFORD
This month we'll be cycling two beautiful, hilly, long rides. The first is this weekend in the beautiful (!) Welsh valleys.... and the second is the Prudential London 100. 100 miles from London through the Surrey Hills and back including a few infamous Surrey hills climbs! We are raising money for Disability Challengers in Guildford, a lovely local fun place that supports Evie & many other families who have a child with a disability. They are brilliant but desperately NEED more funding.
If you have a few pennies to spare, we would be most grateful of your sponsorship to help us reach our team target. Many thanks, Carrie Witts, Fiona Mavani and Jane Rosie (Year 5 mums).
You can read all about it here:
http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/4WheelWomen