A fundraiser will take place this weekend to raise essential cash for the fire-ravaged St Mary’s Catholic Technology College in Leyland.
The event will take place on Sunday, and aims to raise money after the blaze ripped through the school earlier this month.
The cash collection has been organised by 26-year-old Ian Ure, of Royal Avenue in Leyland, and will start at 12pm on September 29.
Ian, a loading bay operative, said he hoped the money would go towards new stationery or school books.
He said: “My mum works at the school, and my sister and I used to go to that school.
“I just feel for all the teachers because it has done a lot of damage, so I just want to help any way I can.
“I am collecting money then I am also going to do a sky dive - I have got to organise it yet but it is to raise money for the same thing.”
He added: “We are meeting in front of the school at 12pm, and then we are going from there walking around Leyland getting collections and trying to get as much as we can.
“I am also dressing up, but I don’t know what as yet.”
Pupils of the school last week returned to classes in a temporary school set up in Ribbleton.
The blaze on September 1 destroyed more than 60% of the school in Royal Avenue and pupils were unable to return for the autumn term for two weeks.