Lyme volunteers raise money to help ‘The Jungle’ refugees

PUBLISHED: 12:05 09 September 2016 | UPDATED: 12:05 09 September 2016

Raising money for refugees in The Jungle

Raising money for refugees in The Jungle


Team collect more than £500 to aid people living in the camp at Calais

Volunteers sold T-shirts at Lyme Regis and raised more than £500 to help people living in ‘The Jungle’ at Calais.

The money will go to Help Refugees, a charity set up to support, feed and clothe the thousands of people fleeing conflict and persecution and arriving in the French port.

A ‘Jiving for the Jungle’ fundraising event will take place at Lyme Town Mill on Saturday, September 17, from 7pm. There is a donations page at

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