Lilee’s games room fundraiser

Lilee (8) & mum Lynsey Christian donate �100 to Hospice, which was raised by a school Christmas fair held at the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh

Lilee (8) & mum Lynsey Christian donate �100 to Hospice, which was raised by a school Christmas fair held at the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh

0
Have your say

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.

Back to the top of the page