Year 1 student Suzanna (Zanna) Wolff has been taking part in the 2013 Live Below the Line Challenge to raise money for Oxfam. The challenge is to live on less than £1 a day for food for five days, with no food or drink to be given to you by anyone.
“It was quite tough,” says Zanna. ” A typical day would be two slices of toast for breakfast, occasionally with baked beans, a sandwich and spaghetti for lunch, and spaghetti for dinner. I had tomato sauce, kidney beans, sweet corn and sardines to add to the spaghetti and had variations of these in each spaghetti meal. I had a tiny bit of money left over and so towards the end my luxuries were an apple and a Freddo, which I spread out over a few days.”
To raise more money, Zanna held a cake sale in College with the support of friends James Roach, Jeannie Bellamy and Erjon Biba.
To find out more about the Live Below the Line Challenge and the charities it supports, visit https://www.livebelowtheline.com/uk
To see photos of the cake sale, go to Long Road Facebook