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In July 2017 my school, including myself, will be venturing on an exciting expedition to Kathmandu, Nepal to trek the himalayas as a test of out physical and mental fitness, we will be intergrating with local areas/communities and working alongside the Nepalese people to help rebuild parts of their homes and lives that were destroyed in the earthquake of 2015 and because of the general poverty of the area. THis scheme doesn't cost you a single penny more than your online shop comes to, it simply gets the shop/company you are buying off to put a small percentage of your total towards my funds. THese funds will be for all my equipment, food, gear, beds, flights etc. This is an absolutely amazing oppurtunity for myself and the others students to experience a proper expedition and this adventure before university will be an excellent way to celebrate the end of my A-levels. Thank you!
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Kim Cowling - 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides
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