6 May 2017

Sixth formers travelling to the Eastern European country of Moldova in July spent the morning running, cycling, rowing and climbing in the Sports Centre to raise funds for the summer camps they will be running for Moldovan children in partnership with the charity Agape. One group used the climbing wall to scale 430m, the equivalent of the highest geographical point in Moldova, Balanesti Hill, while another used gym equipment to cover a total of 398km, the length of the River Dniester as it flows through Moldova. A total of over £1000 will be raised.

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