Felsted School hosted their first charity 'Game of Zones' event, raising over £2800 in the process. The proceeds will support A Level students’ education in Uganda and create brighter futures for orphans in Malawi.
The young Felstedians were split into house teams, with the aim to protect the treasure in their house zones. It was a competitive and lively occasion, with students dressing up in costumes and putting all their efforts into securing a win for their team.
The event ended with a huge hand print image of the Ugandan and Malawian flags, designed by the Felsted Art Department, to show Felsted’s ties to their charity partners Volunteer Uganda and Sparkle Malawi.
Felsted Chaplain and event organiser, Rev’d Nigel Little commented; “I would to thank everyone who participated and donated to make the event such a success. I know how much this will mean to both charities.”