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A team of volunteer doctors working with a Surrey-based charity has arrived in Nepal to help earthquake victims.
The medics are taking with them thousands of pounds worth of aid - much of which has been donated by local businesses.
Richard Slee went to see them as they prepared to head to the Himalayas.
A book of condolence has opened at the offices of Medway Council for people to pay their respects to the victims of the Nepal earthquake.
A number of events, including a candlelit vigil in Cheriton, have already been held in memory of those who've lost their lives.
British people have donated more than 30 million pounds to the relief effort.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a woman in a car park in Swindon.
The attack was reported to have taken place in Granville Street car park between midnight and 01:15 on Sunday morning.
Wiltshire Police said the 18-year-old victim was left "extremely distressed" by the incident.
A spokesman for the force said the man arrested was in custody and that officers would like anyone with information to contact them.
A team of Nepalese doctors from Surrey is flying out to Katmandhu this weekend to help with the earthquake relief effort.
The 15 doctors will be working with UK charities and the British Buddhist Community to provide aid to more remote villages, where there is no other medical help. The local community raised more than 20 thousand-pounds for their journey.