Exmouth and Budlegh Salterton pupils take to stage in aid of Buturi Water Project

PUBLISHED: 17:37 20 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:51 10 June 2010

EXMOUTH and Budleigh Salterton pupils are joining together to raise funds to enable an African village to have its own clean water supply.

EXMOUTH and Budleigh Salterton pupils are joining together to raise funds to enable an African village to have its own clean water supply.

Pupils and students from Marpool Primary School, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Withycombe Raleigh Primary School, Exmouth Community College and St Peter's Primary School, in Budleigh Salterton, are taking part in Jambo Tanzania, at Exmouth Pavilion on Monday December 1 - a show produced by professional theatre director Deidre Dee.

The show has an African-Christmas theme and tickets are £10.50 from Exmouth Pavilion box office, or from the schools involved.

The show is to raise funds for the Buturi Water Project - set up by Judith Smith and her husband, Tony, of Gussiford Lane.

The Exmouth businesswoman and her lecturer husband have until December 15 this year to raise £15,000 to sink a clean-water borehole in Judith's home village of Buturi, near the Serengeti wildlife park, Tanzania.

For more information about this or other events in aid of the Buturi Water Project visit www.burati-project.co.uk

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