BRADFIELD College hosted another successful fundraiser as part of The Flight Centre Schools Triathlon project.

Nearly 800 children attended the event on May 12, which saw £70,000 raised for Restless Development and other charities.

Since starting four years ago, the project has raised £1 million and the 2019 series saw more than 50 schools sign up.

Jim Sewell, founder of the Flight Centre Schools Triathlon, said: “Bradfield were one of the very first schools to understand what we were trying achieve with the Flight Centre Schools Triathlon.

"Since the start they have been incredibly supportive and generous, which makes it possible for us to make sure all the money raised by the children taking part can go to the charities which benefit.

"There is something wonderful about children really understanding what a difference their actions can make.”

Restless Development is an international development charity, which helps young people overcome challenges.