On Friday 6th October Canterbury Steiner School hosted a concert in aid of Catching Lives a local charity which supports the homeless in Canterbury.
The musical event was organised by three class 11 pupils Alice Baker-Russell, Rose Pettengell and Serena Fleming with the help and support of other students and staff members.
Class 11 organises a charity event each year where the proceeds went to national charities, however this year after Alice, Rose and Serena had visited Catching Lives they felt it would be good to support a local charity.
With a mixture of acts drawn from the school and local musicians the evening was a great success with £190 raised in donations.
“It has taken a lot of work and some long hours organising” said Alice Baker –Russell “Everyone had a great time and we raised money for a really good cause”.
“The youngsters have worked for weeks getting this organised” commented Martyn Nicholls Marketing & Communications Manager, “Canterbury School is very proud of the initiative and social awareness of these students”.