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Stamford High School fair raises hundreds to support homeless teenagers

Stamford High School pupils raised money for Shyp house. Pictured are Stamford High School pupil Alice Cato, chairman of Supporters of Stamford High School, Sarah Brown, Shyp House resident Jaide Dixon and assistant manager Sarah Hamblin and pupil Annabel Cooper.

Stamford High School pupils raised money for Shyp house. Pictured are Stamford High School pupil Alice Cato, chairman of Supporters of Stamford High School, Sarah Brown, Shyp House resident Jaide Dixon and assistant manager Sarah Hamblin and pupil Annabel Cooper.

A charity which supports homeless young people has received a donation from a local school.

The Supporters of Stamford High School raised £361 for the Stamford Young Person’s Service, known as Shyp House, at a fair which took place in December.

The charity supports eight 16 to 25-year-olds who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.

Fiona Brown, chairman of the Supporters of Stamford High School, said: “Thank you to everyone who visited our fair and gave generously to the Stamford Young Person’s charity.

“The Stamford High School girls have chosen this as their local charity of the year and the Supporters of Stamford High were delighted to add to their total”

Our picture shows pupils Alice Cato, left, and Annabel Cooper, with from left, chairman of the Supporters of Stamford High School, Sarah Brown, Shyp House resident Jaide Dixon and assistant manager Sarah Hamblin.

 

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