During the Easter Holidays, three of our teachers have undertaken the challenge of a lifetime.
Mr Taylor, Mr Wallington and Mr Rimmer cycled 949 miles, over ten days, from John O'Groats to Lands End.
They completed their challenge on Tuesday evening, after facing and overcoming many testing terrains, adverse weather conditions and some gruelling injuries. Their route also included a stop off in Bristol on day eight, where they were met by many Clifton High pupils, families and friends who cheered them on and showed their support.
All of their enduring hard work was in aid of the charity Penny Brohn, who help support those living with cancer, and have personally helped many families and friends of Clifton High.
Their challenge has to date raised over £5,000, which will make a significant difference to many lives. The trio wish to sincerely thank everyone who has so generously donated and supported them to achieve this superb amount.
Dr Alison Neill, Head of School, on hearing the news of the team's completion of their mammoth cycle said, 'Frozen, wet through and still smiling; such an outstanding achievement! Congratulations, Mr Taylor, Mr Rimmer and Mr Wallington. Clifton High salutes you!'