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Swallow Hill hosts coffee morning, open evening and basketball events

Move over Mary Berry! Students at Swallow Hill Community College will be raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support when they hold a coffee morning later this week.

Cakes, buns and biscuits are being baked in true Great British Bake Off style and staff and students are being invited to buy raffle tickets.

Last year the event raised £600.

The coffee morning will be visited by Gudrun Shemilt and Jackie Frith from the local All Together Armley group.

Open evening

The school is also holding an open evening on Thursday, September 29, from 6pm-8pm.

Swallow Hill open evening 2016

Parents of prosective pupils and members of the community are welcome to attend to see what the school, which  recently received praise from Ofsted for its improved performance.

Basketball session

Swallow Hill Community College is also hosting basketball sessions starting 4 October between 3pm and 6pm.

The sessions are open to anyone between 11-17 years.

For further details, contact richard.carroll@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk.

The event is funded by the council’s  Inner West Community Committee and is a partnership between the council, police and All Together Armley.



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