Walking the distance for charity

Public Services students from Priestley College tackled a 14-mile walk to raise money for three worthy causes.

Over two days, 150 students walked from the college to Lymm Dam and back – the equivalent of trekking to the Trafford Centre from the campus.

Students raised around £1,500 for their chosen charities: Jump, Warrington Foodbank and St Rocco’s Hospice.

Tutor Paul Mackinnon, who helped organise the challenge, said: “It gives the students a great insight into what it means to be an active citizen.

“Helping the community gives the students a positive feeling because they are making a difference.”

We are so proud that students from Priestley College helped make such an impact on their chosen charities.

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