Tuesday 18th March 2008 by C. Freeman
A group of students are holding an Easter egg raffle to raise money for an adventure trip. Year 10 students, Thomas Hoier, Peter Duke and Joe Hadden have bought £50 worth of chocolate and the draw will take place on Thursday during lower school assembly.
Peter said: 'We have a display at the entrance to College as students come in, and we're also visiting tutor groups to sell raffle tickets and they're going pretty well at the moment.'
Tom said: 'If anyone wants to buy a ticket and we haven't managed to visit their tutor group they can also send us an email and we will find them. Tickets are 50p for one or £2 for five.'
There are an assortment of eggs on offer which are worth up to £10. Any profit made will be put towards the World Challenge trip to Peru that students are going on next year. Each student needs to raise about £4,000 to cover the cost of the trip and vaccinations.