St Mary’s Special School could be in line for a £2,000 windfall.
The school has been accepted to be a part of the Direct Debit Big Break Scheme, and needs public support to win the money.
A spokeswoman for the school said: “This month we face the public vote - and our young people are in with a chance of winning up to a £2,000 donation for the school!
“The Direct Debit Big Break is a scheme that allows the public to vote for a charity or good cause – the one with the most votes at the end of the month will receive a £2,000 cash donation from Direct Debit. The runner up will receive £1,000, and the next 20 charities will receive £100 each to help their causes.“Please help our children and young people with severe communication disabilities and other complex needs by voting for the Talking Trust today!
Voting closes on the last day of April. Vote by visiting www.directdebit.co.uk/directdebitpromotions/bigbreak2014/pages/causedetail.aspx?causeid=304. Or text, by sending the code BIG BREAK 0304 to 78866 (standard message rate).