High Legh PTA keeps the festive spirit going with their Christmas Cracker trail

Community Involvement, England, Primary
05 January 2021
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The festive spirit is alive and well in the village of High Legh, in Cheshire. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the PTA have not been able to host their usual Christmas events, so instead they’ve held a COVID safe Christmas Cracker trail and best dressed house/window competition. Here, Emma Openshaw, Chair of High Legh Primary School PTA tells us more about their festive fundraising…

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