Bilton Infant children’s spectacle for charity

Children from Bilton Infant school, Magnet Lane, raised money in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind today (Wednesday), by taking part in a 'Children's Walk to School Breakfast' event.''Pictured|: Jessica Humphries, Fran Condry & Archie Parker.
Children from Bilton Infant school, Magnet Lane, raised money in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind today (Wednesday), by taking part in a 'Children's Walk to School Breakfast' event.''Pictured|: Jessica Humphries, Fran Condry & Archie Parker.
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SOME 180 Bilton Infant pupils spent half term making colourful spectacles and collecting money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.

On Wednesday November 7 they walked to school wearing their glasses to raise money towards their £300 target to sponsor three guide dogs. When they got to school, they had breakfast with their families. The reception children were cooks for the day, under the guidance of teachers Emma Garvey, Mary Sewell and Fran Condry, who said: “The children were excited about their walk and their healthy breakfast. Their glasses really turned heads in Bilton village!”

Sharon Harris, headteacher, added: “The half-termly Walk to School breakfasts help children to understand about being healthy and not making every journey by car.”