Pool Primary's Febru-hairy event helps hospice

Some of the Pool Primary pupils who took part in the Febru-hairy appeal for a hospice

Some of the Pool Primary pupils who took part in the Febru-hairy appeal for a hospice

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Children at a Wharfedale school have been really letting their hair down for a good cause.

Pool Primary joined other schools across Leeds to take part in the hirsute delights of Febru-hairy, a fundraising campaign for Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice.

Pupils paid a pound each to come in to school last Friday sporting all kinds of crazy hair styles, wigs and costumes.

The Wacky Hair Day raised £190 for the Headingley based hospice, which provides care for people from across Leeds and beyond who have life-limiting illnesses.

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