Expedition to Kenya- fund raising

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My name is Fraser Campbell.

Fraser Running

Next summer I will be undertaking a month long expedition to Kenya with Tarporley High School and Camps International. During this time, I will be taking part in a community project to improve school buildings for a rural village, and conservation projects such as digging waterholes, making elephant fences and even worming goats!
To be able to take part in this amazing opportunity I have to raise money towards the cost. My mum suggested a sponsored walk of the Sandstone Trail, but I have decided to run it!
Therefore, week starting 10th Aug, I aim to run the 36 miles of the Sandstone Trail in 3 days. If anyone would would like to sponsor me, I would be very grateful and this can be done on

Thank you very much for your support.

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