S I A I. ANL/ BOIS (11 iirschley Grammar School, North London, will go without their school dinner on Tuesday and give the money thus saved to the Freedom from Hunger Campaign. Fifth-formers put up the idea, fully supported by the headmaster.
KNIGHTS OF ST. COLUMBA at Ealing, London, have raised £25 for a Freedom from Hunger project in Basutoland throagh a film show, raffle and donation from scouts at St. Benedict's, Ealing.
AT CHESTER, a new association has been formed to promote the general welfare of Dee House Convent School. Known as "The Friends of Dee House", it has already organised a dance for the senior school and a party for the juniors. Tonight (Friday), it will he addressed by Fr. Rorke; his subject "Through Parents to Christ", THE DEBT on the church of Our Lady and Si. Patrick, at Maesteg, Glamorgan. was cleared over 30 years ago but the consecration of the church did not take place until the week before last owing to illnesses of the former Archbishop of Cardiff. Archbishop McGrath. (II was incorrectly reported in this column last week that the debt had taken 56 years to clear).
NETBALL WINNERS in the Junior and Senior sections of the Surrey County Schools' finals on Saturday were the Notre Dame High School teams, Battersea. It is thought that this may be the first time both sections have been won by one school in the same year.