Coleg Cambria turned Green for Halloween in aid of its chosen charity for the year, NSPCC.

Students and staff at all sites went all out by dressing up in green to raise money for the charity.  Other activities organised included a spooky booth and cake stalls.

Newly appointed Graphic Design Apprentice, Lauren Sharps who organised the Spooky Both said:

“This was the first charity event I’ve organised at the College and it was great to be able to help with the Go Green for Halloween to raise money for charity.  Lots of students and staff visited the booth and we had lots of fun whilst raising over £100 for NSPCC.”

Toybox Nursery at the Deeside site held an event at the forest school, including a pumpkin display. Fifty five children took part, raising a total of £457.67 for NSPCC.

Money raised is still being counted, but the Go Green for Halloween event has raised over £1000 for the NSPCC.

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