Kingham Hill pupils spend their summer volunteering with charity
During the summer, 10 Kingham Hill School pupils, known as Team Zambia, travelled to Africa, where the group spent two weeks volunteering with charity, Life Support at its children's village. The sixth formers, aged 17 to 18, travelled to Chingola in Zambia to work at Eden Farm, a man-made village that provides a safe home environment for up to 250 orphaned and vulnerable children.
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