Schools, colleges, nurseries and companies throughout Hastings and Rother will be going yellow for the day to raise much-needed funds for St Michael’s Hospice today (Friday).
This year primary schools were invited to enter the St Michael’s Hospice Yellow Day Sticker Competition.
The hospice was overwhelmed with the wonderful entries from pupils of all ages from Robsack Primary Academy and Rye Community Primary School.
Clarice Revell, from Robsack Primary Academy, was the winner of the sticker competition, with her beautifully designed sticker that incorporates flowers on a yellow background. Clarice was surprised during her school assembly when the Mayor Bruce Dowling, announced her superb artwork had won the contest.
Amanda Hildreth, the hospice’s community fundraiser, said: “We are extremely grateful to both schools for their participation. The entries were brilliant and we are delighted Clarice’s sticker is being used to represent the hospice on this important day. We’re will certainly be wearing them proudly on Yellow Day.”
To find out more about Yellow Day call Amanda on 01424 445177.