Soham Students Get Down To Some Serious Car Washing To Raise Money For Haiti

STUDENTS and staff at Soham Village College have raised �1,864 for the Disaster Emergencies Committee to help the people of earthquake-stricken Haiti. The money was raised by students at an emergency non-uniform day and at other events the students organi

STUDENTS and staff at Soham Village College have raised �1,864 for the Disaster Emergencies Committee to help the people of earthquake-stricken Haiti. The money was raised by students at an emergency non-uniform day and at other events the students organised for themselves.

Principal Dr Carin Taylor said: "Our students have always responded energetically to need. Having supported local and national causes for some years, they were keen to respond to a global concern."

1537: Soham Village College students from left: Caitiyn Wells, Becky Biss, Dominic Jones and Daniel Gonzalez get down to some serious charity car washing on their way to raising nearly �2,000 for Haiti earthquake victims.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE


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