School fundraiser for Uganda

? CHILDREN in Nailsea swapped their school uniforms for blue clothes to raise money for the Nailsea Uganda Water Project.

Pupils at Golden Valley Primary School took part in the fundraiser to help provide a clean and sustainable water supply to villages in south west Uganda.

The town is currently hoping to raise �90,000 over the next three years to pay for a rainwater harvesting system which will supply six villages in Uganda.

Gary Woodall, pastor of Nailsea Baptist Church, told pupils about the need for clean water and the importance of the appeal.

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