Sinai pupils cook up cash
Pupils at the Sinai School in Kenton have raised £560 for Jewish Blind and Disabled from a raffle and bake sale.
The seven boys and girls, led by sisters Anabelle and Amber-Rose Levene, also arranged for JBD volunteer Louise White and her guide dog Pippin to visit the school for an assembly explaining the work of JBD.
With the help of Parkway Patisserie, they sold 200 cupcakes, iced in the purple and orange JBD colours. They raffled accessories and a remote controlled model car to raise extra cash.