Parcel delivery company delivers for local cause
Pupils at Sandy Lane Primary school in Bracknall got some help raising money in their Summer Olympic fete when Parcel Pete from ipostparcels took a break from making his usual parcel delivery duties to give them a hand.
The Sandy Lane Primary Summer fete was a fun packed day with a bouncy castle, raffle, cupcake sale and traditional party games like apple bobbing and duck hooking. Although not yet Olympic events the games offered the opportunity for fun competition for children and adults alike.
Apart from being a fun day out for the family the fete was able to raise over £4000 on the day in extra funds for the school. On top of this there was a £1100 donation made by ipostparcels’ parent company UK Mail to the school. This generous gift was warmly welcomed and demonstrates that ipostparcels delivery service isn’t the only public service they perform.
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The Olympic fuzz around the school was also boosted with one of their parent governors, Robin Briscoe being an Olympic torch bearer on the Northampton part of the torch relay. Commenting on the experience he said, ‘this was a great honour and I was nominated by a friend for my community work as a parent governor at Sandy Lane Primary School’ where he has been involved in raising money for a school in Zambia.
The Olympic spirit has well and truly been taken up by the pupils of Sandy Lane Primary and people of Bracknall for the benefit of their community and of those less fortunate. With the help of Parcel Pete the school may well be providing Olympic stars of the future.