Hatfuls of charity cash

By Geoff Berkeley Friday 22 February 2013 Updated: 22/02 08:44

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Buy photos » Northwick Manor Primary School pupils Sam Thomson, ten, Ruby Lowe, five, and David Marlow, six, show off their colourful bobble hats. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0713002MMR Order this picture at www.buyphotos247.com

A SCHOOL in Worcester had a cosy feel to it last week as pupils wrapped up warm for charity.

Colourful woolly jumpers, hats and scarves were on show at Northwick Manor Primary School as children took part in bobble hat day to raise money for Age UK.

The whole school got involved in the event and managed to raise £457, which will go towards helping elderly people in the UK.

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