Stamford School pupils set sights on Patagonia

Charlie Bray, 17, with a copy of the Stamford Then and Now calendar which he will be selling to raise �4,000 for a trip to Patagonia for his Duke of Edinburgh gold award
Charlie Bray, 17, with a copy of the Stamford Then and Now calendar which he will be selling to raise �4,000 for a trip to Patagonia for his Duke of Edinburgh gold award
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SCHOOLBOYS are selling calendars to try and raise money for a trip to teach English in South America.

A group of Stamford School pupils are aiming to travel to the Patagonia region in July next year as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

They are selling calendars featuring photos of Stamford past and present to help fund the trip, which will include a week of kayaking and time spent living with a South American family.

Year 12 pupil Charlie Bray, 17, has set up an e-mail and a voicemail number for people to order the calendars.

To order a one from Charlie, with free delivery in Stamford, e-mail charlie_patagonia2012@hotmail.co.uk or leave a message on 07952 496726.

Year 11 pupil Sam Hardie, 16, is among a group who have been selling the calendars in the town centre.

Calendars, priced £6.50, are also available from local businesses who have agreed to stock them for the boys.