A Brockley infant school went dotty for charity and dressed in spots to raise funds for an Eltham hospice.
Staff and pupils at Stillness Infant School, in Brockley Rise, dressed in dots, held a bake sale and coffee morning and displayed a dotty art gallery for Demelza Hospice Care in Wensley Close.
Go Dotty for Demelza is an annual campaign run by the hospice, which cares for life-limited and life-threatened children and their families from across Lewisham, Bromley, Greenwich, and Bexley and beyond.
Demelza community fundraiser Emma Rowe said: “Thank you so much to everyone at Stillness Infant School who really embraced the dots and raised money as part of our Go Dotty campaign.
"Every donation, big or small really does make a difference to the vital work we can do to support families across South East London, Kent and East Sussex.”
The hospice celebrates its fifth birthday this summer and needs to raise £8 million this year to continue its work.
To find out more visit demelza.org.uk
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