A SCHOOL has completed a 24-hour exercise session with the aim of raising £10,000 to feed struggling families.

Cothill House school, near Abingdon, is raising money for FareShare UK which provides food to vulnerable families in lockdown.

Staff led the workout from the school hall and pupils joined the 'high intensity interval' workout online. The event kicked off at 4pm on Thursday and has already raised £8.,500.

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Headmaster Duncan Bailey said: “We wanted to come together to support FareShare and make a difference. We passionately believe we all have a responsibility to use lockdown to support each other and families in need at this challenging time.”