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WellBoring Weekend raises £3,601 for clean water

This year’s mini-festival fund-raising weekend has raised £3,601. St Andrew’s Church was packed on Saturday night to hear four local choirs sing. Chippenham-based Allsorts, Cause Chorus and Lingmara and Box-based Find Your Voice helped to raise £3,501 including Gift Aid, while Folk Lift Tuck performed at the Old Road Tavern.

The WellBoring Weekend included poetry and jazz, personal development and open mic, at multiple venues, as well as a questions and answers session on the work of WellBoring itself.


A new well at Bungu Kokwach School

A new well at Bungu Kokwach School

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More than 10 million people in Kenya don't have access to an improved water source and rely on seasonal streams and often polluted hand-dug wells.

84 percent of water related deaths are in children ages 0-14.

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.

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India Mk2 Working

India Mk2 Working

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Kids Love Water

The pump going in

The pump going in

Lucy standing on the borehole cap

Lucy standing on the borehole cap