Animal antics at Worle primary school

PUBLISHED: 19:00 23 September 2013

St Marks Primary school pupils giving Paul Temple a book of letters and good will messages to send to Luhimba Primary School.

St Marks Primary school pupils giving Paul Temple a book of letters and good will messages to send to Luhimba Primary School.

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LIONS, bears and crocodiles came together at a Worle primary school to take part in a charity concert.

St Marks Primary school pupils giving Paul Temple a book of letters and good will messages to send to Luhimba Primary School.St Marks Primary school pupils giving Paul Temple a book of letters and good will messages to send to Luhimba Primary School.

Youngsters in the reception class at St Mark’s Primary School in St Marks Road donned animal costumes to perform their Animal Antics concert. The children sang songs to an audience of family and friends and raised £210 for the Luhimba Project.

The scheme aims to bring clean water, education, health and agriculture to the villagers of East Africa.

The children also made a book of photos, messages and pictures to send to the African schools.

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