The charity received £3,000 and was presented with a cheque this week. Hannah Paterson, community fundraising officer for the ambulance service said: “We’re delighted to receive such a fantastic amount of money from Kineton Sixth Form.”
“Their fundraising means we can continue to support rural areas such as Kineton and the surrounding villages, who may need our helicopters in an emergency. One mission for us costs £1,700 – their cheque of over £3,000 will really help to achieve our life saving service in the future.”
She added: “We’d like to thank all the staff and pupils for their hard work and dedication.” The students also raised under £3000 for Young Minds Mental Health charity.
Helen Bridge, head of Kineton Hight School and Sixth Form said the talent on show during the week was ‘extremely impressive.’