Trust raise funds for new hoist
0 Have your say The Spenborough Cooperative Trust has raised £2,000 to purchase a mobile hoist, helping disabled pupils to participate in school activities.
Schools from across the trust, including Heckmondwike Primary and Headlands Church of England school held non uniform days, raising £1,300.
Pupils at Fairfield School will first use the hoist in December for Christmas choir performances at Dewsbury town hall.
Communications and Interaction Manager Tracey Fillan said: “Having a mobile hoist will make a huge difference to our students.
“It means that those students with limited mobility... read more
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