Cheshire Fire Cadets are flying out to Nepal today to help finish off a much needed, safe school for children in a remote village.
After flying to Kathmandu they will journey on foot through the Himalayas, to get to the village of Thulodhunga.
The team of 15 young people and nine team leaders will help children in the Basa region work who often take care of younger siblings or elderly relatives, so struggle to get an education.
Four people from the North West have been killed in a plane crash in Nepal. The Foreign Office say they were among 19 people who died when the aircraft went down. Sarah Rogers has more: