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Bethan Cassell to climb Ben Nevis for Hope Community Village

Bethan Cassell aged 10, a pupil of Burnley Road School is to attempt to climb Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis. Over the Spring Bank Holiday Bethan will be visiting Scotland with her mom and dad and has decided that she would like to raise money for charity.

If you would like to sponsor Bethan, a sponsor form is available for signature at the following locations:

Crown Fisheries (Hebden Bridge
The Pot Shop (Hebden Bridge)
Abacus Photoframes (Mytholmroyd)
Bridge Fisheries (Mytholmroyd
JVL (Mytholmroyd)

The Orphanage needs 2000 per month to operate. The Orphanage is managed by a UK Board of Trustees for all projects and disbursements.

The Hope Village have their own Clinic and Doctor on site, which also supports the surrounding area.

Every little helps, just a small donation, give a little, and a little will go a long way at the Orphanage, changing the life of a child beyond belief.

Cheques should be made payable to HOPE Charity". Thank you

In November 2003 Alan Brooks talked to the Mytholmroyd.net about the Orphanage and the work being done.

Alan BrooksJohn & Anne Boggis & Alan

Left - Alan with some of the children. Right - Alan Brooks, John and Anne Boggis

The full story is here: Hope Children's Village Kerela, India

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