The Moonlight Colourthon is a 13 mile walk from Chalkwell Park in Leith-on-Sea to Southend Pier and back again on Saturday 7 July. It starts at 8pm and finishes at midnight so any walkers will have to arrange pick up.
We are walking this for EducAid, the College's official charity.
Registration fee for each walker is £15.75 and this cover a t-shirt, a medal, a wristband and first aid. Any money left over goes to charity.
There will be ukulele-ists walking and playing, so there will be entertainment along the way.
We already have a team of about 5 walkers and we are asking for anyone else interested to join us. Alternatively, you can either sponsor team members or donate online directly via the widget on the right-hand side of this page.
The deadline for signing up if you want to do the walk is on the 25th June. Please contact Sara Falcone (SJF) via email.
An email will be sent to signed-up walkers with information on the walk and what they need to do along with a sponsor form so they can get raising money.
EducAid staff presented with £1,200 during visit to College
A total of more than £1,200 was presented to Havering Sixth Form College’s partnership charity EducAid during a special visit recently.
O ver the last two years, the College has developed a strong partnership
with EducAid, a UK-based registered
charitable Trust which offers free education among the underprivileged and war-affected young people of Sierra Leone, West Africa. £10 a month pays for one student’s food, education and medicine.
Warm congratulations were paid to Havering Sixth Form College student Elizabeth Joyce along with other members of the upper sixth A Level Music group who organised a recital at St Edward’s Church, Market Place, Romford.
The event was supported by parents, friends and members of the St Edward’s congregation and a total of £64 was raised for the College’s partner charity, EducAid which provides free secondary education for youngsters in Sierra Leone, Africa.