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7:01am 6th October 2012

Cornwall helps children in Kosovo get lifesaving treatment.

People in St Teath have donated a minibus to get them to dialysis appointments in the war torn country.

That is along with 200 computers donated by local schools.

Mark Jewell leads the Rotary project:

“Seven schools, that’s approximately seven thousand children, will have the benefit of these.

“That now helps all these schools that have no computers at all and of course it gives them all an advantage now of coming up into a modern era and hopefully contacting schools in other places throughout the world this is going to be of great benefit to them.

7:01am 6th October 2012

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