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Casterton pupils do their bit for Nepal earthquake appeal




Corey Revell, 13 and Head Boy Adam Turner, 15, from Casterton Business and Enterprise College who are raising funds for Tilden Project Nepal EMN-150705-121457001
Corey Revell, 13 and Head Boy Adam Turner, 15, from Casterton Business and Enterprise College who are raising funds for Tilden Project Nepal EMN-150705-121457001

Pupils at Casterton Business and Enterprise College have been helping to vital raise funds for a village in Nepal, following the devastating earthquake.

A non-uniform day was held at the school yesterday to help raise money for Tilden Project Nepal, a charity based in Bourne that works to support the lives of children and families in the remote mountain village, Aruchour in Nepal

The charity has launched an emergency appeal to help raise funds for the village following the earthquake.

To make a donation to the emergency appeal please visit the charity’s website at www.tildenprojectnepal.org.uk.



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