PUBLISHED: 11:44 19 August 2019 | UPDATED: 11:44 19 August 2019 Vicky Angear Josh Tripp handing over the kit from Karuta Sportswear during his visit to Kenya. Archant A sportswear firm has donated football kits to a Churchill student who took them out to children in Kenya. Karuta Sportswear gave the kits to Josh Tripp, from Churchill Academy, to dish out to a junior football team in Kenya.The school is working with Mendip The Gap, which runs practical projects in the UK and Eastern Africa to eradicate poverty and advance education.Students funded a three-week visit, which involved working at a school to help with educational projects.Martin Longden, managing director of Karuta Sportswear, said: “I was approached by Churchill via Josh about supporting the charity and donating 16 football kits and some footballs for a local junior school in Kenya. “I am delighted to do this and support this great cause. “I hope the Kenyan school kids enjoy wearing the Karuta kit and playing football.”
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