Lifestyle team's sense of duty creates peaceful haven
GOOLE: Four pupils who spent their summer holidays creating a peaceful haven for fellow students are celebrating after winning a place at a regional awards ceremony next week.
Operating under the team name of Daring to be Excellent, echoing Goole High School's motto, the group took part in this year's Lifestyle Project, run by Humberside Police.
Adam Bryars, Conor Stainton, Rafael Carvalho, all aged 12, and Hannah Bryars, age 14, created a sensory garden in their school grounds.
The garden was also created to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Olympics and Paralympics.
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The youngsters raised £900, £560 of which was used for the garden.
They also gave money for a community street party and a picnic in the park for the Mission Trinity project which helps homeless people, as well as £120 for the Jerry Green Dog Sanctuary.
They will attend awards at Hull City Hall on Wednesday.