Donation from house builder helps keep pupils fit and active



A total of 100 Clitheroe pupils from St Augustine’s and Ribblesdale high schools are now able to access Roefield Community Leisure Centre’s sporting workshops, thanks to much needed funds donated to pay for transport.
A dedicated coach service has been funded by local housebuilder, Barratt Manchester, via its community initiative, The Barratt Legacy Programme.
Neil Ashworth, Roefield’s Sports Promotion and Development Officer, successfully applied to Barratt for funding of the service, which will allow students access to a range of sporting workshops that are not available within their... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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