A games room made by pupils at Bunscoill Ghaelgagh as part of their school fair has raised £110 for Hospice Isle of Man.
Eight-year-old Lilee Fox was keen to support the charity to thank them for the support given to her granny before she died.
Lilee explained: ‘They were good games and they raised a lot of money.
‘In one game they had to role a coin to land on the North Pole. There was a shooting game called Grinch Busters, a calendar game where they had to guess a date and if that had been chosen they won a prize, guess the name of the guilley sniaghtee (snow boy), a lucky dip, a fruit piano where they had to complete circuits using fruit to power it and play Jingle Bells, throw a ball into a pot, pin the nose on Rudolf and choose the card with a carrot on to win a prize.’
Lilee thanked the pupils for making the games, which raised £44. The remainder of the money presented was raised by Lilee’s family.
The money will be used to buy arts and crafts materials at Hospice.