STORM Bronagh was not enough to dissuade the pupils and staff at Glan-y-Mor school from raising money for the community.
In total by completing the walk of almost 5 miles the school managed to raise almost £3000, on a trek that took pupils through Burry Port, past the RNLI boathouse and then along the seafront and back. The moneys raised will be donated to charities close to the school’s heart, so will be split between the RNLI and cancer research.
The school took part in their annual sponsored walk in aid of Burry Port RNLI and other local charities.
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Head of School John Jones said “We have always been a proud community school, and the walk has always been a focal point for this, a way of everyone coming together to contribute to our local community, and in particular our links with the RNLI that keep so many of our young people safe in their time outside of school.
“In a time where so many communities are fractured and at loggerheads with each other, we are a very proud part of a close knit community here in Pembrey and Burry Port, and always look to fulfil our part in that important relationship.”