Wallace and Gromit visit St Teresa's RC School in Little Lever
8:53am Thursday 3rd October 2013 in News
CHILDREN at a Little Lever primary school were in for a surprise — when Wallace and Gromit dropped in for a chat.
St Teresa’s RC School was visited by the iconic Nick Park characters last Thursday after their meals team raised £293 for the Wallace and Gromit Children’s Foundation.
They received a cheque from the school’s cook, Cheryl Hill, who helped generate the money by buying products from Pasta King, who agreed to donate a percentage from each sale to the foundation.
Schools across Bolton were involved in the fundraising, with St Teresa’s chosen by the council’s school meals team for the special visit when their name was drawn at a raffle.
While at the school, Wallace and Gromit also made a presentation to six-year-old Alfie Howarth, who scooped top prize in a Wallace and Gromit colouring competition.
Wallace and Gromit are pictured with winner Alfie.
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