St Albans students host Greek extravaganza for charity in Dragons Apprentice Challenge

PUBLISHED: 07:34 09 January 2018

Team Unity. Back left to right: Natasha, Nicola, Anisah, Charlotte. Front left to right: Faith, Elizabeth. Picture:  St  Albans Girls' School.

Team Unity. Back left to right: Natasha, Nicola, Anisah, Charlotte. Front left to right: Faith, Elizabeth. Picture: St Albans Girls' School.

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Eat delicious Greek food and raise money for charity at a event organised by student businesswomen from St Albans.

Pupils at St Albans Girls’ School, under the name Team Unity, are putting on the Dragon’s Apprentice Challenge event in aid of Small Acts of Kindness - a charity which distributes gifts to older people in Herts. Tickets include a starter and main with rice and salad from the charcoal grill and vegetarian menus at Anastasia Greek Restaurant.

There will also be a belly dancer, plate smashing, and a prize auction including a pizza-making class by businessman Adam Atkins and a pizza dinner for four at home.

Team Unity are trying to turn £100 into £1,000 for the Dragon’s Apprentice Challenge, when students set up their own business for charity.

The fundraising meal is on January 19, with 70 tickets available at £20 per person. Book at teamunitysmall kindact@gmail.com by leaving your phone number.

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