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Soroptimists on Target

Crosby Soroptimists visited Crosby Hall Educational Trust (CHET) on International Women’s Day.

The club has supported CHET for many years, and this was an opportunity to celebrate the opportunities for girls and boys offered by the Centre.

Graham Still-Blundell, CHET’s Principal, showed members the new activity barn. This is a fantastic indoor space for – not least – archery and fencing. Of course, no one could resist having a go with the bows, under Graham’s instruction.

Over the years SI Crosby’s members have volunteered at a wide variety of CHET’s events. The club has also contributed to the bursary fund, which supports pupils attending the Centre.

Children from Sefton, Merseyside (and further afield) attend CHET for residential and day visits. The Centre is so popular that it is booked up for the full school year ahead, and beyond.

CHET’s next outdoor project will be the installation of a climbing wall. It remains to be seen whether Crosby’s Soroptimists will have a go on that!