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Teenagers at a New Milton school have clubbed together to send food parcels to help the people of Central America in the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch.

The pupils in Year 7 at Arnewood School were so touched by their plight that they decided practical aid was called for.

They collected sugar, flour, salt, tinned meat, saucepans and tin openers which they filled 30 food parcels with. A large container ship sent sail for Honduras with the parcels onboard last week.

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