Sale helps slum children

PUBLISHED: 10:00 22 March 2015

Hannah More Primary School, Nailsea children with decorated hearts made for the Lunchbowl Appeal.

Hannah More Primary School, Nailsea children with decorated hearts made for the Lunchbowl Appeal.

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BOOK sales and baking have helped pupils from a Nailsea school to raise money for children living in the Kibera slum in Nairobi.

Hannah More Primary School, Nailsea children with decorated hearts made for the Lunchbowl Appeal.Hannah More Primary School, Nailsea children with decorated hearts made for the Lunchbowl Appeal.

Pupils from Hannah More Infants School have been fundraising for The Lunchbowl Appeal by making bookmarks and biscuits and staff also held a cake sale.

The school has now raised enough money to pay for 1,350 meals for the children.


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