Redbourn cake sale for Philippines relief

PUBLISHED: 15:33 09 January 2014

Pictured left to right, with Redbourn children, are: Lolita Smith (STAPH treasurer), Lorna Ahsa, Maloy Johnson (chair), former St Albans MP Kerry Pollard who helped form the group, and secretary Madeline Davis.

Pictured left to right, with Redbourn children, are: Lolita Smith (STAPH treasurer), Lorna Ahsa, Maloy Johnson (chair), former St Albans MP Kerry Pollard who helped form the group, and secretary Madeline Davis.

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A family film showing and cake sale has raised £130 for a St Albans charity set up to rebuild a typhoon-hit school in the Philippines.

STAPH – St Albans Philippine Charity – held the event at Redbourn Village Hall and the money will be shared with the Disasters Emergency Committee .

Former St Albans MP, Kerry Pollard, said: “This event was a great example of two communities – and all age groups – working together and I’m sure marks the start of a successful fundraising and awareness campaign for STAPH.”

STAPH is raising funds to rebuild St Joseph’s school in a remote area of the Philippines badly affected by typhoon Haiyan.

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