Buxton school children support good cause

Harpur Hill Primary School pupil, Joey Hollamby, hands over the proceeds of a cake sale, totalling �481.17 to Margaret Peters, right, who accepted the cheque on behalf of the Blythe House Hospice.  Also pictured are from left, teacher and Blythe House ambassador, Mrs Alison Wheeldon, Edward Woollacott, Stuart Hollamby and Ann Woollacott.
Harpur Hill Primary School pupil, Joey Hollamby, hands over the proceeds of a cake sale, totalling �481.17 to Margaret Peters, right, who accepted the cheque on behalf of the Blythe House Hospice. Also pictured are from left, teacher and Blythe House ambassador, Mrs Alison Wheeldon, Edward Woollacott, Stuart Hollamby and Ann Woollacott.
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Pupils at a Buxton school have been doing their bit for local good causes.

Children at Harpur Hill Primary School made and sold cakes to raise money for Chapel-en-le-Frith’s Blythe House Hospice.

And their efforts have raised £481.17 for the Eccles Fold hospice, which costs almost £2,000 every day to run and relies heavily on fundraising and donations.