King's Lynn students help deliver education for Kenyan children
A team of students has swapped West Norfolk for east Africa to carry out voluntary work with an educational charity.
Six students from Lynn’s College of West Anglia campus have spent two weeks working with the Mama Kerry organisation in Kenya, as part of the National Citizenship Service (NCS) programme.
The group – Abbey Tyrrel, Ryan Lynch, Xena Govett, Jade Pratt, Pheobe Blandford, and Lynn Fuller – worked on a project to improve the learning environment for youngsters.
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