Charity event at Moorland

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The young men in custody at Moorland have managed to raise £xxx for Save the Children by rowing the River Nile, all without ever getting wet!

The team of 10 prisoners, some as young as 16,  rowed in 5 mile relays on the  rowing machines in the prison’s gym. The journey down the longest river in the world, estimated to be 6853 kilometres, took over 700 hours to complete.

The cheque was presented to the Charity by the head of PE at the prison last Thursday

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