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MERSEYSIDE students have opted to put their best feet forward to raise money for charity. Ten sports science students and seven members of staff from Wirral Metropolitan College began the 177-mile stretch of Offa's Dyke in aid of the college charity Help for Heroes. They set out from Chepstow and finish at Prestatyn a week later Liverpool John Moores University's screen school created videos for a marketing campaign for Moreton-based Typhoo Tea. Some of the their ideas were used as official social media videos channels and the students are pictured with Typhoo chief executive Keith Packe More than 150 music students from St. Mary's College in Crosby took to the stage at Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall. The occasion was the school's 15th annual St. Mary's Festival of Music which showcases the musical skills of pupils at both its senior school and its preparatory school, The Mount
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 24, 2012
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