A group of 11 Pembrokeshire College students are busy preparing for a 28-day life-changing adventure in the summer of 2013. Andean treks, rafting through the jungle, staying with an Amazonian family, carrying out a volunteer community projects and spending six days on the biologically diverse Galapagos Islands.
Students need to raise nearly £4000 each in order to go on this adventure. The money will fund their travel and all expenses along the way, and also a large amount will go into the community and environmental projects that they are visiting and becoming involved in.
Coming up with new ways to entice the College community to donate towards their cause, this year’s group are coming up with a variety of events. They recently caused quit a stir in College by cross-dressing and then selling home-made cakes.
Pictured, dressed in their finest and most tasteful apparel are: (Left to Right:) A level students Cathy Jewson, Jenny Malone, Hannah Parfitt, Darren Clarke, Beth Ardan, Tom Karwacki, and Lauren Littlehales.