of target raised from 123 people

Last year myself, and 3 other parents (Alex Abbey, Giles Drew and Anne-Sophie Chammas) helped to raise over £4,500 for Kentish Town CoE Primary school and it's Autism Resource Base with our 45 mile walk along sections of the Pilgrims Way. Some of you kindly donated to our cause. There is now a larger group of walkers (11 of us) and we want to surpass the total from last year as we walk the South Downs way for 42 miles on the weekend of the 18th and 19th of May. One of the things that we all love about Kentish Town Primary School is the diversity of its community, meaning our kids grow to understand the benefits and beauty of difference. The school is committed to inclusion and to providing a learning environment which caters to a range of strengths and needs. The Friends and Parents of KTS are again supporting these aims by fundraising for accessible play equipment. We have set a target of £9000. If you can donate I will be eternally grateful. Photo by photo nic on Unsplash Please support our endeavour by clicking on the following link to donate: 


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