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NASUWT Annual Conference 2023

To help raise some money towards the cost of building two new classrooms at Aid for Education's Tubarere Nursery and Primary School in Eastern Rwanda.

All donations are given directly to Aid for Education SCIO


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Southend lies at the southern end of the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll and Bute in southwest Scotland.

The village is located beside Dunaverty Bay, where Saint Columba first set foot in Scotland in 563 AD, and where the remains of Dunaverty Castle in which Robert I, King of Scotland once sheltered in 1306 AD are located.

A nearby attraction is the Mull of Kintyre at the peninsula’s southwestern tip. This dramatic headland is the closest point on Britain to Ireland. The Antrim coast of Northern Ireland is visible on clear day. A historic lighthouse guides shipping through the North Channel.

The area has been immortalised by the 1977 song "Mull of Kintyre" by Paul McCartney's band of the time, Wings.