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Closed 05/05/2019

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    Weʼve raised £0 to raise funds for Essaman United School in Ghana to help develop sport, library, computer, clean water and maintenance resources & facilities

    Closed on Sunday, 5th May 2019

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    I will be travelling to Elmina, Ghana in July to volunteer at the Essaman United School. This school is my own schools 'Partner School', through the Partner Schools Worldwide organisation. Every year a small group of us volunteer to visit and try to raise as much money as possible to help buy resources and equipment to develop not only the school but the wider community. This can include much needed sport, book and computer resources as well as maintenance items and funds to build clean water facilities. Last summer I abseiled down the Northampton lift tower to raise money and on February 23rd this year I will be bucket shaking at Franklin's Gardens, Northampton when Saints v Bath on their annual charity day.

    Many thanks for your support.




    Frankie Freeman-Hall

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        Frankie Freeman-Hall

        Frankie Freeman-Hall

        Year 11 pupil at Kimbolton School. Cambs. Wanting to help those in other countries who suffer hardship through no fault of their own.

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