Step 1: Start raising money

GB Athlete Daniel Lewis is coming to Eastchurch Primary School to lead a fun, inspirational fitness circuit with your child. We're asking you to cheer on your child to raise money for new PE equipment for the school. Please set up a fundraiser page for your child with our partners at Make a Donation by clicking on the button below. It only takes a few clicks to set up and then you can share the page with your friends and family.

18 Oct 2017

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Leysdown Road

ME12 4AB

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