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Prizes for top fun run Junior Challenge school

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Pupils from Copthill School in Uffington who took part in the Anna's Hope 5K Fun Run in the 2015 Perkins Great Eastern Run will be presented with the Junior Challenge Trophy and a brand new sports kit courtesy of ChromaSport Schoolwear & Trophies on Wednesday 27 April 2016.

Pupils won the Junior Challenge for raising the most money for Anna's Hope out of all the schools who entered the challenge - £400 in total.

Pupils from Castor School, Peterborough, who were runners-up, will be presented with a laptop donated by Buckles Solicitors Peterborough.

In addition, book vouchers worth £50 and individual trophies will be given to the girl and boy who raised the most money for Anna's Hope out of all the schools that took part in the race. They are Copthill students Lilly Underwood who raised £170 and William Grooby who raised £50.

When ‐ Wednesday 27 April, 8.45am to 9.30am
Where ‐ Copthill School, Uffington
What ‐ Presentation of trophies, team kit and laptop to school children

 Annette Joyce, Service Director City Services and Communications, said: "The support we receive each year for the race from schools is fantastic. It's a great event for the children and young people to be a part of and it raises money for an extremely worthwhile cause, Anna's Hope.

"Entries are open for this year's Junior Challenge, now renamed the Schools Challenge, so if you think your school has what it takes to win, speak to your teacher about signing up."



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