Children help raise money for Malawi
February 23 2010
Youngsters in Exeter are raising money for a project to help people and save lives in Malawi, Africa, according to a local news report.
Kids have taken part in a national competition, One Big Idea, to design products to be sold in selected Co-operative stores.
Proceeds from the sale of the products will go towards the project, which is managed by Tangerine Bee, a small company based at the University of Exeter, according to This is Exeter.
Blueprints, a project that links nine to 14-year-olds to businesses, organisations and entrepreneurs, has been providing guidance to the kids, a local news report has said.
In other news, two schools near Burnham have received a cash boost after being named winners in a contest funded by Barclays, the report said.
Lympsam First School was awarded £5,000 after finishing first in the Cash for Schools competition, while Brent Knoll primary school scooped £2,000 for taking the third place, according to This is the West Country.
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