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Bourne Willoughby School pupils enjoy adventure break thanks to Rotary clubs




Kayaking, archery and speeding down a zip wire were among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Willoughby School in Bourne when they went on an adventure break recently.

Eight pupils from the school were able to visit the PGL adventure centre in Caythorpe thanks to the support of two Rotary clubs.

The Rotary Club of the Deepings and the Rotary Club of Bourne teamed up to donate £1,000 and £500 from each club towards the cost of a three-day trip to the PGL centre.

Pupils from Bourne's Willougby School on a residential trip, sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of the Deepings and Bourne
Pupils from Bourne's Willougby School on a residential trip, sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of the Deepings and Bourne

Headteacher James Husbands said: “A huge thank you to the Rotary Clubs of the Deepings and Bourne for supporting our residential trip.

“Because of the kind donation, eight pupils were able to experience three days and two nights at the PGL adventure centre.

“The students experienced a wide range of activities, with the zip wire and kayaking particular favourites."

It was the second time the two Rotary clubs have jointly supported a trip to the PGL adventure centre by Willoughby School, last year making a combined contribution of £600 towards the 2018 trip.



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