South View Community Primary School pupils and staff walk ten miles a day, over ten days, to raise funds for repairs to Crowland Abbey
Pupils and staff at a Crowland school have made a start on a sizeable fundraising effort needed to repair the town’s abbey.
South View Community Primary School was motivated to act after a vandalism spree at Crowland Abbey a year ago left its leaders with a repair bill of nearly £132,000.
But the school was not put off by the costs of replacing windows, installing CCTV equipment and other security measures, raising more than £2,300 by walking ten miles in ten days before the half-term break.
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