Winter Concert - SOLD OUT
Please be aware that this week's Winter Concert on Thursday 26 November, is sold out.
There will be no tickets for sale on the door, only ticket holders and those who have pre-purchased and will be collecting tickets will be admitted.
Fulston Fund Raise Throughout The Night
For 20 years now Sixth Form students at Fulston Manor School have run a charity ‘Stayawake’ at the school to raise money for LEPRA, which campaigns to eradicate leprosy all over the world. To date they have raised tens of thousands of pounds, typically averaging four thousand pounds per year. Mrs Relf, who organized the event, said, “For every £25 raised, one life can be saved from this terrible disease that blights the lives of many across the developing world, especially children. As well as providing medical treatment, the charity also assists sufferers with the provision of training and ‘micro loans’ so they can set up businesses for themselves and become fully self-sufficient. It is a charity that the Sixth Form is proud to be associated with”.
This year’s ‘Stayawake’ event was held from 7.00pm 13th November till 7.00am 14th November. Students taking part remained on the school site throughout the night. New to 2015, 12 students competed in a 6th form bake-off, both spectators, contestants and judges enjoyed the delicious competition. Other competitions also took place in the sports hall were a 5-a-side football match, badminton & bench ball. The finale was a quiz at 6am and prize giving. Shannon Johnson,16, took the individual prize for raising the most money which was £117.
With money still pouring in after the event the current total stands at £3867 smashing last year’s total of £3500.