School Fund Raising / Rhostyllen Scarecrow Trail Event

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School Fund Raising / Rhostyllen Scarecrow Trail Event

Category : Events

The school recently held a cake sale to raise money for a former Ysgol Clywedog student Tomas who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma stage 2.

A current Ysgol Clywedog teacher is also jogging 1Km a day to raise money for Tomas and kids like him through the Anthony Nolan Trust.

Further Fundraising taken place in October Half term

Scarecrow Trail taking place in the village of Rhostyllen this October half term (28th October to 6th November).

All funds raised will go towards these 4 children from the Rhostyllen Wrexham area which includes a former Ysgol Clywedog student Tomas.

ARIA– Aria is a funny 4 year old who was diagnosed with DIPG which is a terminal brain tumour. At the moment she is fighting it and she is doing amazing. Thank you so much for helping Aria. It’s means so much to her family.

ARCHIE– Archie has been diagnosed with (Menkes disease – and is just one of 3 babies a year about 1 in 300,000)

Menkes disease means that Archies body can’t absorb copper properly. Sadly there is no cure for this disease, and even worse most babies with menkes are typically given 2-3 years We are aiming to raise as much as we can to help the beautiful family make some memories with Archie

TOMAS– Tomas is an 18 year old lad who has been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma stage 2 (blood cancer) and it is contained in his chest cavity. Thankfully it is treatable and has been caught early. Tomas has recently started Chemotherapy.


FLORENCE– Florence is 21 Months old, she has a very rare genetic condition called Trisomy 8 mosaicism syndrome and a brain Condition called Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum (ACC) she was diagnosed Pre natal. These combined have resulted In the recent diagnosis of Scoliosis, along with many other medical issues that she has to battle with daily. Florence is developmentally delayed, she cannot sit unaided, crawl, walk or talk. For this to happen Florence will need regular therapy, which is where all money raised will go.