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    Posted on: March 10th 2021

    Red Nose Day March 2021

    Rnd 2021

    On Friday 19th March, Rockliffe Manor School are pleased to support Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day and invite children to wear a red top or jumper together with their school trousers or skirt (red noses are also welcome- official red noses or face painted on!)  

    By taking part and donating £1, you will be supporting Comic Relief.  Thanks to your donations, Comic Relief continues to make a difference to the lives of millions of people across the UK and around the world. The Covid-19 pandemic has made people’s lives even harder, so your support is as important as ever. Thank you.

    With the help from ParentPay, we have set up a very easy and convenient way for you to donate this year.  Please go to Rockliffe Manor Red Nose Donations where you can even register for Gift Aid if you pay UK Tax.  ALL the money raised via this link goes directly to Comic Relief.

    We look forward to an entertaining day with lots of donations received.

     Thank you for your continued support.

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    Posted on: 07/03/2021

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