Generous birthday gift from pupils

Len Curtis from Donna's Dream House with Clifton Primary 'headteacher Rachel Legge and pupils Millie Stephens, Matthew Snowdon and Faith Hill.
Len Curtis from Donna's Dream House with Clifton Primary 'headteacher Rachel Legge and pupils Millie Stephens, Matthew Snowdon and Faith Hill.
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PUPILS from a St Annes Primary School enjoyed a joint birthday party – and asked guests to make donations to Donna’s Dream House, rather than buy them presents.

Millie Stephens, Matthew Snowdon and Faith Hill, who all attend Clifton Primary School, displayed their generosity at their 11th birthday party celebrations. Thanks to the kind actions of the three youngsters, the charity has been able to buy a new laptop computer which will allow visitors to the Dream House to surf the internet, and check emails.

Len Curtis, founder of the charity which provides holidays for sick children and their families, visited the school to receive the gift from the children in assembly.

He explained to the pupils how seriously ill children benefit from a visit to the Blackpool holiday home.

Headteacher, Rachel Legge said: “I am extremely proud of the children for the generosity they have displayed.”