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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 22 July 2016 > Argyll charity funds school which benefits a whole community

Argyll charity funds school which benefits a whole community

A SCHOOL in Zambia funded by an Argyll charity aims to bring education to the community and is asking the people of Mid Argyll to help it achieve this.

ZamScotEd funded St Columba’s School which opened its doors to secondary children in January.

Charity founder Marian Pallister recently spent a week at the school, where she taught English and saw how the institution has transformed children’s lives since it opened.

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