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The Mount School pupils tell ghostly tales in aid of The Good Neighbour Scheme for Mill Hill and Burnt Oak
Schoolchildren got into the spirit of Halloween as they told ghostly tales to raise money for charity.
Donning their witches hats, students from The Mount School read their handwritten anthology Gothic Tales - A Cornucopia of Creepy Stories, Music Art & Poetry to customers at John Lewis at Brent Cross Shopping Centre on Sunday.
After selling numerous copies, the school hopes to donate £500 to The Good Neighbour Scheme for Mill Hill and Burnt Oak, which supports the elderly and people with disabilities.
Richard Dearden, managing director at John Lewis Brent Cross, said: "We are delighted to support this entrepreneurial activity. It is inspiring to see young people working so hard to make a success of this fantastic charitable initiative.”
The school also plans to donate its harvest festival provisions to the charity.
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