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Teachers left with egg on their faces for good cause

Pairs of teachers will be competing in a game of Egg Russian Roulette as part of this month’s school drive for Wisbech Food Bank.

Pairs of teachers will be competing in a game of Egg Russian Roulette as part of this month’s school drive for Wisbech Food Bank.

Following on from last year’s success, staff will be battling it out by cracking eggs on each other’s head in a series of contests held in Eden over the next three weeks. The players pick an egg at random from a carton of hard boiled and raw eggs and then smash it over their opponent. The winner is the staff member who has less raw eggs smashed over them.

Today (December 2nd) fellow Canadians Jeff Wilson and Alex Malcolmson took on the challenge with Mr Wilson winning the contest. To view photos click here

It is rumoured that next week Principal Clare Claxton will be stepping up to the egg box.

Ben Arrowsmith who leads social change group #bethechange said: “In the run up to Christmas we are supporting Wisbech Food Bank. Each form has a box in their classroom and have set themselves a challenge of a number of items to collect. We are asking students and their families to bring in non perishable items from home and the losing teacher in the Russian Roulette Challenge also has to donate some food items.”

Before the end of term all donations will be taken down to Wisbech Food Bank which is based at the Wisbech Baptist Church in Hill Street. It is open from 2pm to 4pm from Monday to Friday and anyone who would like more information can call 07810 087274 or visit www.wisbech.foodbank.org.uk