Donation made from Easter egg hunt

Helen Jones, Larkfleet's marketing director and governor at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy presented a cheque to Martin McKenna from the Friends of Nyansakia and some of the children which took part. Pupils from left, Mary Orgles, Samuel Warner, Rebecca Fry, Penelope Linsdale, Frankie Josh, Noah Carlile Smith, and Myah Cole.
Helen Jones, Larkfleet's marketing director and governor at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy presented a cheque to Martin McKenna from the Friends of Nyansakia and some of the children which took part. Pupils from left, Mary Orgles, Samuel Warner, Rebecca Fry, Penelope Linsdale, Frankie Josh, Noah Carlile Smith, and Myah Cole.
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A house building company and school have worked together to raise money for a school in Kenya.

Over the Easter holidays, Larkfleet Homes organised a special Easter egg hunt around its Abbeyfields showhome, located in Spalding Road, Bourne, for all pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy.

For every pupil who took part in the Easter egg treasure hunt, Larkfleet pledged to make a £2.50 donation to local group Friends of Nyansakia which raises money for an impoverished community in Nyansakia, Kenya.

In total Larkfleet donated £120 to the Friends of Nyansakia which will go directly to the local primary school in Kenya. The donation is enough to provide 48 Kenyan school children with a school dinner for an entire month.

Our picture shows Helen Jones, Larkfleet’s marketing director and governor at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy with Martin McKenna, from the Friends of Nyansakia and some of the children which took part. Pupils from left, Macy Orgles, Samuel Warner, Rebecca Fry, Penelope Linsdale, Frankie Josh, Noah Carlile Smith, and Myah Cole.