YOUNGSTERS at Badshot Lea Village Infant School ditched their school uniform for orange clothing in support of Go Orange day on Friday.

Pupils raised almost £100 for Help4Harry, a charity set up in aid of Farnham schoolboy Harry Barnley who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Money raised by Help4Harry goes to Muscular Dystrophy UK.

A school spokesperson said: “We were very pleased with the amount raised, considering we had fewer pupils in than normal because of the snow.

“At least the orange stood out when the children were playing in the snow!”

Not all the schools were able to take part because of the weather, but it is hoped dates can be rearranged.

Sue Barnley, Harry’s mum, said: “Harry remains positive but is beginning to slow down with the progression of this disease.

“He finds it hard to keep up with his peers which, of course, can have psychological effects.

“We’re determined as a family to live each day as it comes and continue to enjoy the here and now. Thank you to everyone who went orange.”