Castle Hill school goes purple for Hills Relay

Castle Hill Public School students and staff jumped on the purple bandwagon to raise money for cancer on April 3.

In support of the Hills Relay for Life the school held a purple mufti day and raised $700 for cancer research, education and support programs.

Relay for Life is an overnight team walking event in which a festive atmosphere is created by free live entertainment, games, prizes and teams camping overnight.

If you wish to volunteers on the day of the event, more information can be found here.

The Hills Relay for Life is on May 3 and 4 at the Centenary of Anzac Reserve in Wrights Road, Kellyville. Registration costs $20 per person.

Register here.

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