St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School raise £3,200

15 November, 2016

Thank you very much to St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School, who have once again chosen to support Kilbryde Hospice and have raised an amazing £3,200 through their sponsored Tinto Hill Climb!

St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School have been so generous to Kilbryde Hospice over the past year. Not only is this the second time they have climbed Tinto Hill for us in 2016, but pupils have also donated their time to volunteer at our Christmas bucket shakes and have provided us with some very talented musicians and speakers for our Burns Night.

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