Multicultural evening at Nash Mills School gives funding boost to IT project

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A multicultural evening that brought a school community together to experience lifestyles from across the globe has raised £555.

The cash will be ploughed back into Hemel Hempstead’s Nash Mills School to support a computer project that will enhance wireless provision and provide new computer equipment.

Multicultural Evening at Nash Mills School;' '1/.  Polish and Scots costumes all in the same family.  Kevin and Ela Bryson with Emily, ten, and Adam, six.' '2/.+ 3/. Years Nash Mills pupils did Bollywood dancing.''4/+ 6/.   Indian food from all over the sub continent' '5/.    Kenyan family Christian Mulamula,left, and the Kanyanga family, Aggrey and Eunice and their children'Alicia, ten, and Eldright, six.

Multicultural Evening at Nash Mills School;' '1/. Polish and Scots costumes all in the same family. Kevin and Ela Bryson with Emily, ten, and Adam, six.' '2/.+ 3/. Years Nash Mills pupils did Bollywood dancing.''4/+ 6/. Indian food from all over the sub continent' '5/. Kenyan family Christian Mulamula,left, and the Kanyanga family, Aggrey and Eunice and their children'Alicia, ten, and Eldright, six.

Fundraising for the project, which also includes refurbishing the computer suite, is continuing.