Wembley Senior Primary collect for charity

2016-08-17 06:00
Wembley pupils with some of the many bags of clothes and toys they collected for Letcee.

Wembley pupils with some of the many bags of clothes and toys they collected for Letcee.

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"EVERY Drop Counts", the Wembley Senior Primary play was not only about saving water. Entry to the play was a bag of old clothes or toys.

Linda Hyter from Letcee arrived on Thursday 11 August to collect the donations and Wembley pupils gave her a warm welcome and assisted her by carrying many plastic bags filled with clothes and toys to her car.

These generous donations will be divided between various communities in the Umvoti district - Matimatolo, Mbuba, Eshane and the barracks in Greytown.

Letcee would like to thank everyone who made a contribution. To donate more items, drop them off at the Letcee office at 130 Voortrekker Street.

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