Concert to help Kenya classroom building
COMBE Bank Choral Society is helping an ex-pupil to raise vital funds for a school in Kenya.
Sarah Wade, 20, of Sundridge Road, Ide Hill, left Combe Bank two years ago and after visiting Marich Pass Village in north-west Kenya, is striving to help a local primary school.
Miss Wade visited Kenya to carry out research. She said: "As part of my studies I had the opportunity to spend nearly two months in Kenya last summer conducting research for my dissertation.
"Since coming home, I have found out that the primary school needs two new classrooms."
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Each classroom will cost £4,000 to build and Miss Wade is hoping to collect a total of £8,000 for two, plus extra money to help pupils and staff at the school.
She said: "I have already raised more than £5,000 and I hope to continue raising money through the Friends From Marich Pass Charity," she said.
The Combe Bank Choral Society, which is holding a concert on January 28, has decided to give all proceeds to the charity. It will be performing at St Luke's Church in Eardley Road in Sevenoaks.
Tickets for the concert, at £7.50 and £5 concessions, are available on the door or in advance from Francesca and Peter Wade 01732 750586, Helen and Paul Isom on 01732 750870, or directly from Combe Bank School on 01959 563720.