Seaton Probus supports needy children
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Club donates money to help provide two new schools in Nepal
Seaton Probus Club has donated money to help children in Nepal.
At a dinner for members and wives at The Harbour Inn, Axmouth, vice president John Harding presented a cheque to Helena Williams. She received the cash on behalf of her son Oliver’s charity ‘Himalayan Learning’.
Earlier this year Helena, the wife of one of the club members, gave a presentation on Nepal.
The meeting was told that the country is extremely poor and education for children is almost non-existent.
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Their donation will provide funds for two new schools.
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