A GROUP of parents from Westbury on Trym Academy held a curry and quiz night that raised more than £2,000 for the Pahar Trust in Nepal.
The school has a long-standing relationship – entering its 25th year – with the trust. Over that time it has helped build schools, supply equipment and train teachers in some of the most isolated communities in Nepal.
The fundraising event included a Nepalese curry provided by Nepali Nosh and was supported by local businesses including Goldfinch Create and Play, Crossfit Hen-leaze, CJ Hole, The Wave and Xylem.
A trip to the remote region of Sindgi is planned for March 2024.