Charity campaign gets West Wickham Pantomime Society on board

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A WEST Wickham campaign is encouraging organisations to stump up cash to help a special school.

The No Limits to Transformation scheme is raising money for the Priory Special School so the pupils can go on an annual school trip. This facility, in Upper Norwood, Croydon, supports children with autism and learning difficulties.

West Wickham Health and Fitness, based in Corkscrew Hill, developed the scheme and West Wickham Pantomime Society has donated £200.

The company held a production of Jack and the Beanstalk last month and donates to a range of other charities including Bromley Women’s Aid and Demelza Hospice Care for Children.

Priory Special School head teacher Jill Thomas said: “This campaign will really help the pupils fulfil their true potential through experiences that are both fun and challenging”.

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