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Invicta Grammar School will raise funds in support of Zoe Georgiou's unwell mother

13 February 2014
by Anna Young

Zoe Georgiou was with her boyfriend Joe at the time of the crash

Zoe Georgiou was with her boyfriend Joe at the time of the crash

Classmates of tragic teen Zoe Georgiou will stage a charity show in support of her unwell mother.

Pupils at Invicta Grammar School, in Huntsman Lane, have arranged a variety performance to raise funds for research into multiple sclerosis, which the 16-year-old’s mum suffers from.

The sixth former from Shepway died after she was hit by a car in Heath Road, in Coxheath, on Saturday, January 11.

Her friends and teachers stood outside the school in bright colours when the funeral procession went past on Thursday, January 30, on its way to Vinters Park Crematorium.

Staff confirmed letters had been sent out to parents about a fundraiser on Monday, February 24, in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

It said: “We are keen for this show to be a positive celebration of Zoe’s life. We will be using the event as a way of raising money for a charity that would have been dear to her heart.”


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