Teenagers from Clifton’s Samuel Whitbread Academy hold quiz night to raise £612.90 towards Tanzania volunteering trip
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A pair of teenagers fundraising for a spell of volunteering in Tanzania held a quiz night at the Stotfold Conservative Club.
Millie Stollery and Charlotte Barber, who are both in Year 11 at Samuel Whitbread Academy in Clifton, need to raise £4,000 reach to take part in next year’s Camps International expedition.
They raised £612.90, with a quiz, a picture round and a raffle. Prizes were donated by The Crown, The Coach & Horses, Hair By Phillip, The Chequers, The Rooms, The Stag, The Hair Box, The Barn Hair Studio, Forget-Me-Not Flowers and the Stotfold Conservative Club.
They also sold sweet cones on the night last Saturday.
Millie and Charlotte are set to work with communities in Tanzania during their time there, as well as wildlife preservation and environmental projects.
They have been assisted by Millie’s mother, who runs Apple Paddock Artisan Preserves in Stotfold.
For more see facebook.com/MillieCharlotteTanzania or or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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