College looks pretty in pink for fundraiser

Bicester Community College’s head of House Blenheim, Alistair McAulay, is fed cakes by, from left, Shania Mitchell, 14, Patricia Mitchell, chairman of the Launton branch of Cancer Research UK, and Courtney Foster, 14. Picture: OX68458 Simon Wrig

Bicester Community College’s head of House Blenheim, Alistair McAulay, is fed cakes by, from left, Shania Mitchell, 14, Patricia Mitchell, chairman of the Launton branch of Cancer Research UK, and Courtney Foster, 14. Picture: OX68458 Simon Wrig Buy this photo

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SPORTING a nice pink blush, Alistair McAulay was fed some very colourful cupcakes all for a good cause.

It was part of a “wear something pink” day held at Bicester Community College on Wednesday.

Organised by pupils Shania Mitchell and Courtney Foster, the event included a cake sale, non-uniform day and raffle and raised £632.

The girls and Mr McAulay, head of the school’s House Blenheim, presented a cheque – and bright pink cupcakes – to Patricia Mitchell, chairwoman of the Launton branch of Cancer Research UK.

Mrs Mitchell said: “It was a fantastic amount for them to have raised, especially as they are both 14.”

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