Worle Community School raising money for bone cancer research in Mary Collard's memory
PUBLISHED: 17:30 28 October 2016
Students at a Worle secondary school will raise money in memory of a former pupil who died in 2012.
Mary Collard, who went to Worle Community School, died from bone cancer when she was aged 11.
Worle students have now started to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust, and a school award has been named after her.
Head of school Jacqui Scott said: “We want to keep the memory alive of Mary with the award and also this year by raising a record amount. She was by all accounts a wonderful girl, and this work will give hope to others across the world.”