Pupils from Hallfield School in Birmingham raise £3,200 for charity by climbing Mount Snowdon


Two Birmingham students have raised more than £3,200 to help feed children in Malawi.

Sian Doal and Mohina Doal, from Hallfield School, were the youngest members of a group of 100 walkers who conquered Mount Snowdon.

Their walk raised funds for Zero Hunger with Langar, who will use the money to support underprivileged children in Africa.

“We did it all for the kids in Malawi,” Sian and Mohina said. “It was hard, but we got through it.”

Jag Singh, founder of Zero Hunger with Langar, said the duo had been an inspiration.

“Langar is the concept of free compassionate food for all people, regardless of faith, gender, age or social status and we believe in a world where food and freedom exists everywhere,” he said.

“The food we have supplied has helped many children back into schooling and reduced the number of children in villages looking for work to survive.

“Sian and Mohini are extremely inspiring children – especially to their peers. We were delighted to have them on board with us.”

Keith Morrow, headmaster at Hallfield School, said: “Everyone is extremely proud of Sian and Mohini.

“Their incredible efforts have made a huge difference to a number of lives in Africa. They are a huge asset to the school.”


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