CHRIST COLLEGE WERE THRILLED TO REPORT AT THE START OF SUMMER WE HAD BECOME ONE OF THE OFFICIAL SNOWDOGS LEARNING PROGRAMME PARTICIPANTS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR TY HAFAN CHILDREN’S HOSPICE
Pupils raised £848 buying patches to paint on our Snowpup ‘Henry’ plus we had an odd socks collection on Sports Day. Henry was returned to Ty Hafan in July after a mischevious few weeks in Christ College.
Fully decorated thanks to our of Head of Art, Mrs Houghton and our very talented boys and girls, Henry and 99 other Snowdogs and pups were then placed around Cardiff creating a trail.
The trail is now live until 26th November and is free downloadable here or you can download the app Plus loads more fantastic Snowdog features for just 99p* from the App Store and Google Play – search for ‘Snowdogs: Tails in Wales’.
We would love for you to follow the trail and find Henry. Let us know if you find him!
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