On Saturday April 25 2015 a devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal.

With around 10,000 or so people of Nepalese descent living on the Hampshire/Surrey border, many people in the area knew someone who was caught up in the earthquake and immediately set about raising money to help.

On the second anniversary of the disaster, reporter Joshua Smith travelled to Nepal to put together a special report on where the money that was raised in north Hampshire and Surrey has been spent.

He visited temporary shelters that were funded by the Lisa May Foundation in Bagshot, schools that were funded by people in Aldershot and Farnborough and ex-Gurkhas whose homes collapsed in the earthquake but have now had new ones built.

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