Charity Concert for Pakistani Flood Appeal

Jack Hunt School’s new academic year got off to a spectacular start with more than 150 people attending a Charity Concert in aid of the Pakistan Flood Appeal.

The event which was a joint partnership between Jack Hunt School and the Peterborough Racial Equality Council was expertly organised by ex-students, Nabeela Rashid, Sikander Tazim, Mirium Naheed, Atiq Nazir and Jack Hunt staff.

Exciting performances by local Break Dancing Groups and Pakistani artists were enjoyed by everyone including Representatives from the Charity, Islamic Help. Over £3000 was raised and all proceeds were donated to Islamic Help, who were presented with a cheque by Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Kilbey.

Islamic Help is one of the charities who have undertaken projects to help those affected by the Pakistan floods. Head of Urdu and Community Liaison Officer, Muhammad Nawaz, said:

“It’s great to be celebrating such spectacular events in Jack Hunt School. It was a brilliant and enjoyable evening and fantastic to see so many current and ex-students coming together to raise money for the Pakistan Flood Appeal”.