Niall and friends support Banbury’s Let’s Play Project

Sammy Bates and Rich Mills of Let's Play Project pictured with Niall Kingsworth, Corey Denham and Grant Campbell. NNL-160126-154422001
Sammy Bates and Rich Mills of Let's Play Project pictured with Niall Kingsworth, Corey Denham and Grant Campbell. NNL-160126-154422001

Banbury Academy student Niall Kingsnorth and his friends Corey Denham Grant Campbell held a cake sale to raise funds for the town’s Let’s Play Project.

The charity supports disabled children and young people with additional needs in the Banbury area by enabling them to access play and leisure activities, and the trio held the cake sale at their school in Ruskin Road on January 15, raising £142.

The cake sale on January 15 had a lof of attention from students and staff at the school. NNL-160126-154410001

The cake sale on January 15 had a lof of attention from students and staff at the school. NNL-160126-154410001

Rich Mills and Sammy Bates from Lets Play Project collected the cheque for Niall, and Mr Mill said: “The essential funding allows us to buy new facilities, equipment, funding towards day trips, and even additional staffing.

“The money raised is a life line for us and gives all the young people within Lets Play the accessibility to new resources enabling them to have fun and gain new life changing

experiences.

“We would like to thank Niall, his friends and all the students and staff from Banbury Academy for their kind support.”

Banbury Academy pupil Niall Kingsworth helped raise �142 for the Let's Play Project in Banbury. NNL-160126-154359001

Banbury Academy pupil Niall Kingsworth helped raise �142 for the Let's Play Project in Banbury. NNL-160126-154359001