Another successful NSPCC tea at Trinity

Trinity School was pleased to host the annual NSPCC tea and concert where an impressive £450 was raised on Thursday 5 May.

Whitgift Care residents joined care homes from across Croydon for a delightful afternoon of tea, cake, games and fantastic live music performed wonderfully by Trinity students.

Trinity’s younger students volunteered their time to assist with welcoming guests, serving refreshments, chatting at tables and running the raffle.

Residents thoroughly enjoyed the spectacular showcase of music, including pieces written by famous composers Bach, Chopin and Rachmaninoff.

Whitgift House resident, Jeanne, commented: “The students performed so beautifully. I’m so impressed that they played their instruments all from memory! Such talented students!”

The fundraiser raised money specifically for the Croydon branch of the NSPCC which is chaired by the school’s former Headmaster, Robin Wilson.

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