Notts students find the key to love

From left: Emily Lewis, Nick Feingold, Roxy Kaye, Len Bloom, Rosa Shaul and Michael Martyn

From left: Emily Lewis, Nick Feingold, Roxy Kaye, Len Bloom, Rosa Shaul and Michael Martyn

Love was in the air for Nottingham students this week as they helped raise £400 for abandoned Ukrainian children.

Second-year students Rosa Shaul and Roxy Kaye organised the Valentine's Day "Lock and Key" party as part of Nottingham's fundraising initiative, F-scheme, after visiting the Tikva Jewish children's home in Odessa.

They arranged for 60 romantics to be given either a lock or a key, in order to seek out their perfect match.

"After spending time getting to know the children and the people that work for the charity in Odessa, it is something we feel really inspired by and would love to raise as much for them as possible," they said.

    Last updated: 3:35pm, February 16 2012