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Thursday, 18 January 2018 15:46

Fete Royal For A Cause

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In the height of the Carnival Season, several schools hold events or fetes to serve as fundraisers.

Over at Queen's Royal College, the situation is no different but this year the school's All-Inclusive event has a special focus: restoring the school's Science building.

Classrooms and laboratories in the almost 80 year old building are showing their wear, and are in need of upgrade.

Peter Christopher spoke with the Old Boys’ Association and the PTA about the event and their intention.

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