Trowbridge school’s carol cash goes to help youngsters

Teacher Richard O’Mahony and students Huw Cheston, Imogen O’Mahony, Karla Mawby, Sophie O’Donnell, Ruth Chester and Harley Wye with Debbie Wickham of Stepping Stones              (48032)

Teacher Richard O’Mahony and students Huw Cheston, Imogen O’Mahony, Karla Mawby, Sophie O’Donnell, Ruth Chester and Harley Wye with Debbie Wickham of Stepping Stones (48032)

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St Augustine's Catholic College has given £409.55 to Trowbridge-based children’s special needs centre Stepping Stones.

Debbie Wickham, setting manager for the centre, visited the school, in Wingfield Road, to receive a cheque for the funds which will be used to run baby sessions.

Mrs Wickham said: “We are delighted that people in the community come forward and support Stepping Stones.”

The Trowbridge school raised the money during a December carol service.

Stepping Stones helps children from across west Wiltshire with conditions including Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy and autism.

For more information about their services, visit www.steppingstonestrowbridge.co.uk or call 01225 350004.

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