Jaroholic raise over £750 for Love Musgrove

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Jaroholic, a Student Enterprise project from King Alfred School in Highbridge, have raised £772.44 for Love Musgrove. The Team sold gift jars in memory of a local boy, their class mate, who lost his battle with cancer.

Pupils from King Alfred School Academy have formed Jaroholic, selling gift jars, in memory of former King Alfred student, Joe Laoutaris, who sadly lost his battle with cancer at age 12 in 2015.

The unique gift jars contain a range of contents including brownie mix and chocolate sweets.

Jonathan Gaskell, head of sixth form at The King Alfred School, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: “This is a brilliant little firm with a big heart in memory of a former student.”

“We are delighted they are doing so well and they will go far.”

At their first event selling their gift jars in January, the eat:Vegan festival in Weston-super-Mare, all of their gift jars sold out two hours before it drew to a close.

Dan Varley