King’s Lynn Academy raises thousands for twin Nepalese school

King's Lynn Academy Students present ?4815.84 to Terri Broughton (centre) who collected the cheque   for Manisha UK, also in pic LtoR, Robyn Gosnell, Anastasija Golceva, Jack George, Jake Langford.''(Terri was a former staff member and was involved in the fundraising at the school) ANL-150312-131141009
King's Lynn Academy Students present ?4815.84 to Terri Broughton (centre) who collected the cheque for Manisha UK, also in pic LtoR, Robyn Gosnell, Anastasija Golceva, Jack George, Jake Langford.''(Terri was a former staff member and was involved in the fundraising at the school) ANL-150312-131141009

King’s Lynn Academy has raised a total of £4,815.84 for Manisha UK, with funds being directed to the academy’s twin school in Nepal.

The academy is twinned with Shree Amrit Public Secondary School, in Nepal, through Manisha UK. The community, rocked by an earthquake earlier this year, is almost fully dependent on agricultural activity and most people are uneducated and in very poor economic circumstances.

Students presented £4815.84 to Terri Broughton, centre sbove, who collected the cheque for Manisha UK. Also pictured, from left, are: Robyn Gosnell, Anastasija Golceva, Jack George, Jake Langford.