TRAFFORD College students commemorated Remembrance Day with a number of fundraising activities to raise money for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

Public Services students came up with the idea of producing posters to help to educate their fellow students about the cause.

The posters detailed the history of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal, how the funds raised are used, and included case studies of individuals who have benefited as a result of the appeal.

In addition to this, the students completed a sponsored run, row and cycle challenge which covered the distance of two laps of the M60 motorway, in one hour at the college’s gym.

Other students also completed a sponsored Marathon Walk alongside their fellow sport students, who joined the walk to raise money for the college’s chosen charity, Cash for Kids.

Students also sold poppies, pin badges and stickers around the college campuses throughout the week to raise additional funds.

They rounded off the week with a two minute silence in the college’s court yard, with a cardboard Cenotaph donated by the Royal British Legion.