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Pavilion Fundraiser

Current Fundraising Total: £45,400

Donate Here: Buy a Brick


About the Pavilion

The pavilion will be multi-use, with plans to create a unique space to serve our community. We very much want our new pavilion to be a fundamental part of the community for generations to come.

The Community Pavilion will incorporate a hall space with kitchen / bar area. The space will be used for the school, alumni and community groups.

The plans incorporate a modular design which will allow adjoining changing rooms to be added at a later date.

 

How To Support

We would like to thank you for your continued support of our much loved school. We know that we are facing more tough times ahead but the vision for our school is one of community support and growth. How you can help:

  • Share information about our campaign with friends, family and colleagues. Help us spread our reach.
  • Donate to the campaign using the Buy a Brick button above.

 

Who Will Benefit?

The School - a hub for sporting fixtures, where students, parents and staff from different schools can engage pre- and post-match, supporting and building upon the school's aims of enriching all students with a love of sport and physical activity that can last a lifetime.

Our Alumni - a central base for our growing network to host activity afternoons and sporting fixtures. Two new alumni teams have been formed, and our new pavilion provides a home for their clubs.

The Community - a hub for local community activity afternoons, providing a safe and comfortable space for meetings, activities and local community clubs.

 

Fundraising Target

It is our aim to raise £60,000 to go towards this project, and we would love you to help us. There will be lots of ways in which our community will be able to join the campaign and help us reach this target, but we understand that we are all experiencing unprecedented times and an unchartered future.

We understand that trying to fundraise during this pandemic is, and will be, extremely challenging, and we are well aware that parents and friends of the Richard Challoner community have been directly effected by this virus in many ways. We therefore ask to only donate and support the campaign if you can.