A Royal visit for Langley School pupils

On the second day of the Royal Norfolk Show, Langley School pupils were treated to a visit from His Royal Highness Prince Edward, The Duke of Edinburgh, as he spoke to our team completing the Great Norfolk Ice Cream Challenge.

The Langley School pupils were busy raising money for the charity Little Lifts as The Duke of Edinburgh briefly stopped by to support their cause, opting for a tub of mint choc chip, before heading onwards.

Student Fifi S (L6) had the opportunity to explain their fundraising efforts before giving him Ted’s environmental postcard challenge.

The Great Norfolk Ice Cream Challenge was a fun occasion for our students to practice their entrepreneurial skills, as they competed against other schools to raise the most money for charity. The event was sponsored by NelsonSpirit Future Leaders and Norfolk Ice Cream manufacturer Ronaldo Ices Ltd.

For the challenge, our students chose to support the Norfolk-based charity Little Lifts, an organization supporting people diagnosed with breast cancer. This charity offers patients thoughtfully handpicked items that they may need during their treatment, believing that these ‘small gestures can make a big difference’. All profits made were donated to Little Lifts and their mission.MRADLEYEDIT Meeting the Duke 3 scaled MRADLEYEDIT RNS Ice Cream Challenge 3 scaled MRADLEYEDIT Meeting the Duke 1 scaled

Published On: July 2nd, 2024Categories: News, Senior, Whole School

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