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Students from King’s Lynn help homelessness charities

Springwood High Schools sixth form students handover cheque for �780.10. Front, from left, Shaun Davies, from the Benajamin Foundation Right Tracks, students Matthew Weston and Rebecca Keeley, Julie Bowyer, from the foundation MLNF14AM02111

Springwood High Schools sixth form students handover cheque for �780.10. Front, from left, Shaun Davies, from the Benajamin Foundation Right Tracks, students Matthew Weston and Rebecca Keeley, Julie Bowyer, from the foundation MLNF14AM02111

Students at a Lynn school took action to support two charities for people that are homeless.

Sixth form students at Springwood High School held a fundraiser to generate £500 for national charity Crisis and £780.10 for the Benjamin’s Foundation’s Right Tracks scheme.

Right Tracks, in Lynn, officially opened in July 2012 and provides supported accommodation to homeless people aged 16 to 25.

 

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