On Saturday 23rd January, the Friends held a Sheep Racing & Traditional Pub Games Night … it was certainly a night of fun for all of the family!
It took place in the Neuadd and included a delicious curry supper too! Over sixty guests, including parents, pupils and staff were entertained by:
Chair of the Friends, Cath Maggs, commented: “Thank you to everyone that supported the Friends family social evening tonight. It was a great night!”
Cath added: “Thanks to Ruth Bowen & family for the idea and the organisation and the rest of the committee for their help. It was fantastic to see so may Christ College staff and their families. We appreciate your support!”
Cath also paid tribute to the sponsors of the races;
as well as to the school for generously supporting the event with a great venue and some wonderful food! As a result over £600 was raised on the night.
Please visit the Society of Friends’ Facebook page for images of the evening.
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