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Hundreds of pounds have been raised for a Seil-based charity helping farmers and children in Malawi.
A grand total of £340 was made at a Seed for Life – Feed for Life event in Seil Island Hall on March 22. How Did I Get Here? heard tales from a few people about what brought them to live on the island and there was also a film of the charity’s work in Bemvu in Ntcheu province.
The money boosts the £16,000 plus already raised by the charity over the past two years.
The self sustainable food aid project has been providing farmers with seed and fertiliser to grow crops and is also providing school meals to more than 1,300 pupils a day.
Go to seedforlife.org.uk to find out more.