Holbeach youngsters don jeans to support charity
Holbeach Primary Academy pupils were decked out in denim to help raise money for two charities.
Children were encouraged to come to school dressed in jeans and a pink T-shirt last Friday in support of the Jeans for Genes and CLIC Sargent charities.
The Jeans for Genes campaign is carried out nation-wide, and supports the 500,000 children in the UK who suffer with genetic disorders.
The school were hoping to fund the vital care and support services that can transform their lives.
CLIC Sargent help young people who are diagnosed with cancer by providing clinical, practical, financial and emotional support for both the children and their families.