MP congratulates school on charity success

December 13, 2006 1:44 PM
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Mark celebrating with staff

Cheadle MP Mark Hunter visited St James Catholic High School in Cheadle Hulme last week (7th December) to celebrate the school's award-winning cashless school dinner system and congratulate them on raising hundreds of pounds for charity.

The dinner system uses swipe cards to boost efficiency in the canteen and has picked up two local awards and has been nominated in the top three systems of its kind in the country since its introduction.

Whilst he was there, Mark helped the school present a cheque for £450 which was raised in aid of Asda's 'Tickled Pink' cancer appeal.

Said Mark, "It was great to have a tour of the school and meet the staff who do an excellent job day-in and day-out. The swipe card system at the canteen seems to be a huge success and it was a pleasure to help the school present a cheque to Asda's cancer appeal at the same time."

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