King's College students hold fundraiser to support Calvert Trust Exmoor.

The sixth form of Woodard house with housemaster Tim Haynes, presenting a cheque for £300 to Tony Potter, chief executive of the Calvert Trust Exmoor.

The sixth form of Woodard house with housemaster Tim Haynes, presenting a cheque for £300 to Tony Potter, chief executive of the Calvert Trust Exmoor.

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A GROUP of students from King’s College in Taunton, raised £300 for an organisation which provides adventure activities on Exmoor for people with disabilities.

The boys of Woodard house organised a fundraising dodgeball tournament to support the Calvert Trust Exmoor.

More than 200 students took part, and there were trophies for the winning teams, and a range of other prizes.

Housemaster of Woodard, Tim Haynes, said: "We were really pleased to raise money for this particular charity, as Tim Potter, CEO of the Trust, is the father of one of our boys.

“The charity does amazing work, and it was a real pleasure to help support them, as well as a lot of fun!"

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