Lawford Mead Primary School

Lawford Mead Primary School

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Amanda Burrells

Total raised


+ £225.36 Gift Aid

122 Complete
122% of £1,000.00 target

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We're taking part in Race for Life Schools to raise money to beat cancer sooner

We are delighted to advise that Lawford Mead Primary are running their own Race for Life event at Chelmsford Sports & Athletics Centre on the afternoon of Thursday 27th September. Our target as a school is to run 950 km and with your help we would love to raise £750 in the process.

We will be taking all the children from Year 1 through to Year 6 to run around the track with Y1 & 2 children running 2 km and Y3 to Y6 children running 3 km. We would love you to come along to cheer them on.

Y1 & Y2 children will arrive at the stadium earlier to start their race at 1.00 pm. Y3 to Y6 children will be starting their race at 2.00 pm. The whole event is scheduled to finish at 3.00 pm.

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Latest updates





+£1.25 Gift Aid

For Poppy Bailey. Well done!


Joanne Hale



+£2.50 Gift Aid

A big well done to Thomas and all his school friends. So proud of you all x


Beth Keeble



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Joshua Mansell



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Sophie's family



Big well done to everyone, especially Sophie and her classmates in Aspen class.
Donations from Mum&Dad, Nanny, the Grubbs, D&J and the Bird family xx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Couldn't be prouder...

Total raised£1,225.00



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