Delivering aid
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UK volunteers taking aid to Calais migrant camp

It is estimated that more than 4,000 migrants and asylum seekers are now living in the Calais camp nicknamed "the Jungle".

The French government has supplied some infrastructure but those living there rely largely on charity for food and clothes - including donations that have started arriving from the UK.

Reporter Catrin Nye and director Ben Barfoot travelled to the camp with three British Muslims delivering donations from Peterborough, and met the volunteers keeping the camp running.

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  • 18 Aug 2015
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