Lane End Primary have been very fortunate in having being chosen to benefit from a Cash for Kids scheme, funded by ‘The Postcode Lottery’, and supported by Radio Aire, that aims to help families to be super prepared for winter by providing an extra set of warm, winter set of clothes
Olivia Sanderson-Shone, 11, from Beeston, is celebrating raising thousands of pounds for charity – and picking up a major community award for her efforts. Olivia’s been doing community fundraising for over 2 years, but earlier this year – following encouragement from members of the Save Our Beeston, Cottingley and Holbeck
On Thursday 28 December 2017 one hundred children and fourteen staff from both Low Road and Windmill Primary Schools were invited to Gaucho Restaurant in Leeds for a slap up lunch. This was in conjunction with Radio Aire‘s Cash for Kids/Mission Christmas who both schools have supported throughout the year.
Low Road and Windmill Primary Schools are very much involved with Radio Aire‘s Cash for Kids. Since November 2016 we have raised funds for Mission Christmas and 500 Faces and also taken part in their Superhero Day. The children at Low Road and Windmill have been very fortunate in receiving
Christmas 2016 at Low Road was very special as the school was lucky enough to be accepted as part of Radio Aire‘s Mission Christmas. This meant that every single child in school was given a Christmas gift to take home with them on the last day of school in December.