Glebelands School


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Pupils at three Cranleigh schools have been helping ensure deprived and disabled children in Romania have a good Christmas.  Youngsters at Glebelands, as well as St Cuthbert Mayne and Park Mead have been busy filling Cranleigh Rotary's shoeboxes with knitted hats, scarves, toiletries, toys and sweets for the local charity's Task Force appeal.

The boxes are for children in the old steel town, Hunedoara, who are unlikely to receive any other Christmas gifts.  They will be distributed by Diana and Corneliu, the charity's partners who founded the Betel Christian Social Centre in the heart of the town.

Source - Surrey Times