TAMESIDE COLLEGE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN COMPETING TO RAISE MONEY FOR SPORT RELIEF.

TAMESIDE COLLEGE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN COMPETING TO RAISE MONEY FOR SPORT RELIEF.

Sports students at the Beaufort Road campus organised activities pitting students against tutors in a wide range of challenges such as fencing, archery and volleyball, all for a good cause. 

In addition a ‘glo-rave’ took place in the sports hall last week to raise vital funds.

Tracey Hobson, sports teacher at Tameside College said: “The groups have done really well in delivering the sessions effectively and have worked well as a team to organise different sports activities. I am pleased to say that they enlisted as many students as possible and raised money for this great charity.”

Sports Relief is a nationwide event that works to raise money, get people active and change lives.

Since the last Sports Relief, the money raised by people has treated over 900,000 people across Africa with anti-malarial drugs, helped 3.4million Africans through maternal, neonatal and child funding and helped more than 50,000 people in the UK living with mental health problems.

To find out more visit www.sportsrelief.com