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School disco raises cash for Haiti

PUBLISHED: 09:49 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 11:40 08 July 2010

A VALENTINE'S disco organised by two Swaffham schoolgirls has raised £60 for victims of the Haiti earthquake.

A VALENTINE'S disco organised by two Swaffham schoolgirls has raised £60 for victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Hamond's High School pupils Paige Howsam and Charlie Moseley arranged the event, which was held at Swaffham Town Rugby Club last month.

First Choice Entertainments UK provided the disco, free of charge, and about 40 youngsters attended.

The money they raised has been paid to the national Haiti appeal fun.


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