Walking for Shelterbox

ENERGETIC pupils raised hundreds of pounds for an international disaster relief charity.

Youngsters at Kingshill Primary School in Nailsea took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for Shelterbox.

Children in reception to year two walked around the school grounds for about two miles and pupils in years three to six managed almost four miles.

As a result they raised �841 for Shelterbox, which provides food, shelter and lifesaving supplies to people affected by disasters.

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