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West London Donations

After the fire in West London this morning Kent RaG have been doing some amazing work to show their love and support. Please come help them tomorrow on campus. Please contact Omolade Elizabeth Adedapo for more information. You can drop off donations to Kent Union until 4pm tomorrow.

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