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Chipping Norton pupils brave the heat for charity
Around 800 students from Chipping Campden School braved the heat in scorching weather to take part in a sponsored walk on Tuesday 18th July.
They were raising money for The Luke Jeffrey School which is being built in Lundi, near Freetown, Sierra Leone.
It is believed that initial building work at the school will cost around £12,000.
: 21/07/2006 11:51:05
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