News: Help Southway School when you shop

Posted on 28th June 2017

The Home School Association at Southway Junior School in Burgess Hill (the parent fundraising committee) are raising funds for completion of the sensory garden project.  We have recently been lucky enough to be nominated for the Tesco Bags of Help blue token scheme, and the Waitrose green token scheme.  Both schemes will be running in stores from 1st July 2017 and wondered if local businesses would be kind enough to support the local school when they are shopping either at Tescos (in Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath) or Waitrose in Burgess Hill.  An easy way to help us complete this fantastic project is by popping one of the tokens in the nominated collection box.

A link to the HSA’s page on the school website provides more information about the project http://www.southwayjunior.co.uk/website/sensory_garden_project/184367

 

 

 

Many thanks

Sarah

 

Sarah Thomas

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