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Windsor Teachers Cycling for Sports Relief

Windsor has a strong history of supporting good causes and last week saw an amazing all day event!  
29 Mar 2018
Mr Deeks, Mr Ebbage and Mr Jackson virtually cycling
Mr Deeks, Mr Ebbage and Mr Jackson virtually cycling
Sports Relief came to Windsor on Friday 19th March 2018 as Mr Deeks organised a series of events where he, Mr Ebbage and Mr Jackson collectively completed a virtual cycle to Paris in 7 hours and 4 minutes, 333 children ran at least a mile around the Astro turf and football tournaments among others.
This raised an astonishing £1600 (and the figure is rising as more monies come in).
Anyone who witnessed any of these events could not have been anything but moved by the collective spirit of the Windsor students and staff.
Well done to all involved!

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