Friends of Tebay School (FOTS) are a group of parents and supporters who organise fundraising events to provide additional resources and experiences for the children at Tebay School.

For further information or if you would like to join us, please contact the school.

Friends of Tebay School (FOTS) are delighted to announce details of our Autumn fundraiser for the school. Our Dinner and Auction of Promises will begin with a three course set menu meal at the award winning Tebay Services Hotel, followed by an Auction of Promises compered by our very own duo, Dave Morland and Rob Steadman. The evening will end with live music from local band Strike it up.

FOTS are working hard to raise £6,000 to purchase new interactive screen and projector equipment for the classrooms, equipment which will benefit the children for years to come.

We are very grateful to the following companies who have pledged their support to this event through the donation of lots to the auction: who have donated dinner for two in the Greenhouse Restaurant who have donated a family pass to the museum who have donated a Freedom of the Lake Pass who have donated Afternoon Tea for two who have donated a discount on bouncy castle hire who have donated a portrait session and £25 towards goods who have donated a slime party for up to 20 children who have donated a half day tea & coffee course and goodie bag to take home who have donated a microlight experience flight

as well as promises from Wax Lyrical, South Lakes Safari Zoo, Windermere Lake Cruises, Energi Trampoline Park, Samsara Custom Tattoo, Out of Eden, Shap Chippy, Orton Scar, Whinlatter Forest Park, Lyon Equipment, Omlet and more.

Tickets are available from members of FOTS, Tebay Primary School or via our event facebook page

If anybody can make a “promise” to our auction, we would be hugely grateful as we try to raise as much money for our children as possible. Please contact Rachel Lowis, Kass Haygarth or Tracy in the school office.

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FOTS Newsletter May 2018 410.62 KB 54 downloads