Pupils raise funds for Louth charity Rej’s Dream

Students at Monks Dyke Tennyson College organised a hamper raffle which raised �125.15 for Louth charity Rej's Dream.'''Pictured is students handing over the cheque to treasurer Beryl Jeffrey and commitee member Jenifer Smith.
Students at Monks Dyke Tennyson College organised a hamper raffle which raised �125.15 for Louth charity Rej's Dream.'''Pictured is students handing over the cheque to treasurer Beryl Jeffrey and commitee member Jenifer Smith.

Students at Monks Dyke Tennyson College have been busy fundraising and through organising a hamper raffle have raised £125.15 for local charity Rej’s Dream.

The charity work with families of children who have threatening/life limiting illness in Lincolnshire.

The charity so far has already helped 50 families across Lincolnshire.

Pictured are pupils at the college handing over the cheque to treasurer of Rej’s Dream, Beryl Jeffrey and committee member Jenifer Smith.