The highs and lows of sum­mer san­dals

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TV celebrity Dr Dawn Harper and in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed con­cert pi­anist Ashok Gupta sup­ported the launch of the Kam­bia Dis­trict Foun­da­tion. Glouces­ter­shire cou­ple Jen and Si­mon David launched the Kam­bia Dis­trict Foun­da­tion char­ity to build a school for 300 sec­ondary stu­dents in Bayende, Sierra Leone.

The Foun­da­tion launch took place at the home of Trustee He­len Mackin­non in Prest­bury. He­len was in­spired to take on this role hav­ing vis­ited Sierra Leone for the Si­mon Jen Pri­mary School open­ing in Novem­ber 2017.

The wine and cheese evening launched the ‘KDF 100 club’, the aim of which is to in­volve 100 Foun­da­tion Am­bas­sadors each re­cruit­ing 10 peo­ple to con­trib­ute £50. With Gift Aid this will pro­vide £62,500 – and this is enough to build the sec­ondary school.

Jack Harries, Dr Dawn Harper, and He­len Mackin­non

En­joy­ing the pi­ano recital by Ashok Gupta

Anthea, son Ashok and Bharat Gupta.

Su­sanna Barker, Crispin Gould­ing and Rosie Barker.

Pi­anist Ashok Gupta

Kate and Trevor Bai­ley

Jo and Jim Si­mons

Gra­ham and Rose­mary Thorn­ton

Re­becca Chap­lin and Sarah Davies

Joseph and An­gela Gab­bott

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