A TWIN-TOWN school in Germany is offering a helping hand to a Huddersfield appeal to help underprivileged children in Africa to attend school.
Teachers from the Ernst Barlach Gymnasium school in Kirklees' twin town Kreis Unna gave 700 euros to Huddersfield New College to help support families in Tanzania who can not afford to send children to Moshi Technical School.
New College holds a fair every year to raise money for good causes and this year has chosen to join forces with its German partner and support its other international partner in Africa.
Principal Philip Forrest said: "I am delighted that our friends in Unna are joining us to help the students.
"It is an excellent example of international co-operation and friendship."
Pictured with the money to fund the overseas project are (from left) Edmund Tilly, Ailsa Ritchie, Helen Menzies, Victoria Bray and Michael Callaghan.