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Project India is a 17 day trip to India, that will take place at Easter, 2015. Myself, and 9 other team members are going to a school near Shimla to build a water tank, and some desks for the school. We hope that even just a water tank, and some desks will help the children and teachers at school. The trip is self funded and we all attend a secondary school near Southampton. With less than 6 months to go I would be honured if you chose to support this event. Thank you :)

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