Woodland juniors enjoy festive fun
- Credit: Archant
Woodland Tennis Club juniors enjoyed a fund raiser for Dogs Trust to round off their coaching sessions for the year.
WOODLAND Tennis Club rounded off this year’s coaching sessions in style by holding a fund raiser for Dogs Trust.
The juniors needed to raise money in order to continue sponsoring their dog, Nula.
Dressed in their festive finery, the youngsters took to the courts for a series of challenges, breaking off for the odd hot dog, mince pie or other tasty treat.
Prizes were awarded to the players who knocked the most chocolate novelties off the cones with Alex Price, Elyse Powell, Dorothy Pincott, Jack Cope-Lewis and Jotham Swaney being the highest scorers.
You may also want to watch:
The morning’s activities concluded with a raffle and a total of £280 was raised.
Club secretary Annie Buckingham said: “It’s a tremendous amount to raise in one morning. We are really lucky at Woodland to have so many enthusiastic juniors and supportive parents.”
- 1 Coronavirus cases in North Somerset at highest ever daily rate
- 2 Hundreds of children told to isolate after eight schools confirm coronavirus cases
- 3 Appeal for Christmas gifts for elderly and isolated
- 4 Weston General Hospital increases patient-to-nurse ratio due to rising coronavirus patient numbers
- 5 Weston homeless charity announces new location to help vulnerable people during winter
- 6 Football association charges club and players following investigation after abandoned match
- 7 Weston Town Council pledges to be an anti-racist authority
- 8 North Somerset to move into tier 3 after end of nationwide lockdown
- 9 MPs brand placing North Somerset into tier 3 restrictions 'not right' and 'illogical'
- 10 Weston-super-Mare duo sentenced for drug offences
For more information on the club and its activities, contact Annie at email@example.com