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Connecting Cumbria with Nepal

A Cockermouth photographer is sharing his photos to raise money for a west Cumbria-based charity, which helps children in Nepal.

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Connecting Cumbria with Nepal

Crummock Water and Lanthwaite Wood. Photographer Stan Leigh is showcasing some of his works to raise money for charity. Credit: Stan Leigh

A Cockermouth photographer is sharing his photos to raise money for a west Cumbria-based charity, which helps children in Nepal.

Stan Leigh is sharing some of his favourite Lakeland photos at a presentation on Wednesday, July 24, at Christ Church Cockermouth.

Photographer Stan Leigh is showcasing some of his works to raise money for charity. Credit: Stan Leigh

All money raised will go towards helping the charity, PovertySwap, launch The Long Walk Home Project for vulnerable children in the high Himalayas, Nepal.

Peacock Butterfly, Geltsdale Nature Reserve near Tindale Tarn. Credit: Stan Leigh

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