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The Bishop's Stortford High School students raise money for Bishop's Stortford Food Bank with ice lolly sale



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Students at The Bishop's Stortford High School capitalised on the end-of-term heatwave to raise money for charity.

Twelve members of Rotary youth group Interact at the London Road secondary ran a "hugely popular" ice lolly sale and raised more than £508 for the town's food bank at the Methodist Church in South Street.

The young entrepreneurs, who also helped with the school's sports day, were Patrick Nunn, Joe Sneddon, Fin Macfie, Olivia Everitt, Joshua Tingley, Isaac Jones, Fiore Akinde, Ruen Kellard, Emily Jones, Joshua Smith, Danny Hunt and Alessio Rognoni.

Interact lolly sale at The Bishop's Stortford High School
Interact lolly sale at The Bishop's Stortford High School

Parents and pupils also donated items to the food bank.

Simon Etheridge, head of religious studies and citizenship, said: "Bishop's Stortford Food Bank is a truly outstanding charity with, and for, wonderful people.

"Thank you to all students, parents and staff who donated items or money to such a vital cause."



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