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Sixth Form students at Riddlesdown Collegiate have their legs waxed for charity

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College VI students at Riddlesdown Collegiate put on a brave face as they had various body parts waxed for charity.

On Tuesday 2nd July 16 male students had their legs, chests and stomachs waxed in a room packed full of their fellow peers and teachers. Luckily the pain was worth it as they raised over £250 for the Teenage Cancer Trust Charity.

Tara Tank, a College VI student who was behind the fundraising idea said:

"The event was a huge success with overwhelming support from students and teachers. Everyone enjoyed themselves and using this experience I hope to organise another fundraising event in the future."

The whole of College VI got behind Tara. Students baked cakes, promoted the event throughout the Collegiate and collected money to help make it a success.

Sarah Chant, Head of College VI said:

"Tara and all the College VI students did a great job organising another fantastic fundraiser. Our generous students are constantly coming up with new ways to raise funds such as: hosting music events like our termly live lounge; putting on bake sales and taking part in world wide initiatives."

The Teenage Cancer Trust that Tara chose to fundraise for, care for young people with cancer. Their vision is a future where young people's lives don't stop because they have cancer. They are a charity dedicated to bringing teenagers together, to educate them about cancer and fund research to help improve survival rates.

Sixth Form students at Riddlesdown Collegiate have their legs waxed for charity


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