Rwandan refugee children

9th December 1994 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Nimble fingers: twins Adam and Royston Burrett are among pupils from King Edward VI College at Totnes in Devon, who have been knitting 200 woollen jumpers for Rwandan refugee children, using wool donated by Oxfam. The college ran special knitting workshops.

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