2020 Worsley Woods Fundraising Calendar – winners announced

Bridgewater School 2020 Worsley Woods Fundraising Calendar winners announced

We are delighted to announce that our beautiful 2020 Woodland Fundraising Calendars have arrived in school and are now available to order via ParentPay, with all proceeds going towards the Worsley Woods woodland play area appeal.

Thank you to everyone who submitted artwork, we had some truly fabulous entries from across the whole school. Indeed, due to the sheer number and quality of the artwork submitted, the format had to be changed to accommodate both a main and supporting image for each month.

Congratulations to our winners who should all be incredibly proud of their achievements. Well done to:

Thanks also to partners Wholehearted Florists of Worsley for their support.

Anyone without access to ParentPay may also purchase via PayPal here.

Our highly experienced teaching team is committed to bringing hidden talent and undiscovered potential out into the light.

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