Ashlawn School students make dresses out of pillowcases for children in Zambia

Children wearing the dresses.
Children wearing the dresses.

Students studying textiles at Ashlawn School have been making dresses from pillowcases to send to children in Zambia.

Arthur and Margaret Hibbert, the founders of Kings School, have also visited Ashlawn to speak to students and see the dresses being made. On a recent return to the school in Zambia the children were photographed wearing the dresses (pictured)