Another successful NSPCC fundraising tea at Trinity School with Whitgift Care residents.
Trinity School was delighted to host once again the annual NSPCC tea and concert. Its purpose is to support the work of the NSPCC Croydon branch, currently chaired by former Trinity Headmaster from 1972 to 1994, Robin Wilson.
This year 80 guests from care homes and organisations across Croydon - including residents of Whitgift House, Wilhelmina House and the Whitgift Almshouses, hugely enjoyed their afternoon on May 5th and raised a fantastic £450 for the NSPCC.
Trinity’s younger students volunteered their time to assist with welcoming guests, serving refreshments, chatting at tables and running the raffle. Trinity’s talented musicians provided a wonderful showcase of music, which included piano, saxophone and flute pieces. Whitgift Care residents thoroughly enjoyed the performances.
Whitgift House resident, Jeanne, commented: “The students performed so beautifully. And it was so impressive that they played their instruments all from memory!”