This morning our coffee morning/cake sale in memory of the life of Cameron Mathieson was a massive success!
All monies raised will help support the charity contact a family.
We had amazing cakes to sell – cherry bakewell cupcakes ,chocolate orange cupcakes,Brownies cookies and many more tasty treats. Also a dinosaur cake donated by a friend of the school and 2 huge ‘cake-aways’ donated by Chappleford Farm restaurant was raffled.
The star bakers here at Penketh High School impressed once again with some wonderful treats. A huge thanks to bakers and donaters alike for all of the contributions to this worthwhile cause.
The inspiration behind Dinosaur Day
Cameron Mathieson was a boy who had Cystic Fibrosis and Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy, he is the younger brother of Guy in year 9. Cameron sadly passed away when he was five years old, after spending three of those years in hospital. He loved dinosaurs – or as he called them, Dowsers – and his favourite Dowser was a green triceratops called Troy.Contact a Family supports families like the Mathiesons to ensure that they can make every moment count, whatever the disability, and live life to the fullest extent they can.
With your help we can support more families and guide them through the challenges they face every day.