Our appeal to give kids in Sierra Leone a safer school. See the video in the full article, just click below.
Banbury Rotarian, Alan Wolstencroft first visited the Liverpool Community School, Freetown, Sierra Leone in January 2013. Since then he has co-ordinated the funding to build and equip 8 classrooms and 2 toilet blocks at the school.
Unfortunately last month the school was broken into, items were stolen and some damage caused to the buildings.
A small retaining wall had been built to prevent a stream overflowing and affecting the school in the rainy season and it is now planned to extend this to form a security wall around the entire school – a 240 metre perimeter!!
It costs just £1 to buy a concrete block, all of which are made on site thus providing work for local people.
You can donate by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, ringing 07800-558524 or visiting alanwooly.co.uk and obtain bank details from the Buy A Brick Newsletter
They just want an education
But they need a, security wall
To stop the break-ins to their classrooms
Help us build these kids their wall
All they want is just another block for their wall
All they need is, a load more blocks for their wall
Thank you in anticipation of ANY support you may be able to offer