Paramedic helps rebuild Nepal village
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Thousands raised by paramedic to rebuild Nepal village

A West Midlands paramedic has raised more than £8,000 to help rebuild a village in Nepal after a devastating earthquake.

Phil Llewellyn from Worcestershire is also helping set up a trekking business which will provide local guides with an income.

More than 8,000 people died in the Himalayan country after the earthquake in April 2015.

He's been travelling there for the last 15 years and returned to the village of Kaule to handover the funds.

You can see this story in full on BBC Inside Out West Midlands at 19:30 GMT on BBC One on Monday 12 September, or via iPlayer for seven days afterwards.

  • 12 Sep 2016