Glusburn Primary School pupils raise cash for Shelterbox charity

Headteacher Richard Hunt, back left, with pupils and members of Skipton Rotary

Headteacher Richard Hunt, back left, with pupils and members of Skipton Rotary

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Children near Keighley are helping to fund temporary homes for people hit by disasters in developing countries.

Pupils at Glusburn Primary School will sell buns to raise cash for “shelterboxes” used by families fleeing conflict or hit by natural disasters.

The children embarked on their fundraising drive after a visit by members of Skipton Craven Rotary Club, which supports the Shelterbox charity.

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