School pupils have got a talent for raising cash for St Catherine’s!
High school students showed off their many talents at a night of entertainment organised to raise cash for St Catherine’s Hospice.
All Hallows Catholic High School in Penwortham hosted the’All Hallows Got Talent Night’ which raised a fantastic £500.
Acts including rock bands, a magician, violinist, and even a florist took to the stage to wow the citemds, while apanel of teachers acted as the judges.
But it was down to the audience to vote for their favourite act, with a male and female duet picked to walk away with 1st prize of £20.
Norman Cutler, senior fundraiser at St Catherine’s Hospice, said: “The evening was very entertaining and the pupils were all amazing.
“Everyone from the staff, technicians and support teams assisted in putting on a tremendous show.”
Staff and pupils are now set to visitSt Catherine’s to see how their fundraising efforts are helping us provide specialist palliative care to the people of Preston, Chorley, South Ribble and Longridge.
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