Enterprising pupils go to market to boost funds

Pupils from Hall Cross School sell handmade gifts on Doncaster market, to raise funds for their Duke of Edinburgh silver award. L-r are Daniel Reader, and Daniel Ripley, both 16.  Picture: Liz Mockler D2953LM

Pupils from Hall Cross School sell handmade gifts on Doncaster market, to raise funds for their Duke of Edinburgh silver award. L-r are Daniel Reader, and Daniel Ripley, both 16. Picture: Liz Mockler D2953LM

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PUPILS at a Doncaster school swapped classrooms for a market stall for a day to sell hand-crafted goods to raise money for an intrepid expedition.

Hall Cross Academy youngsters pitched their handmade wares to the town’s shoppers after Doncaster Council gave them a stall free of charge.

By selling bird boxes, cards and other items, pupils raised £120 towards their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition.

 

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