S1 Ep 2 The Mercury Hibberdene Children's Holiday Home
Simoné visits the small seaside town of Hibberdene where she meets Molehe from The Mercury Hibberdene Children's Holiday Home. He gives her a tour of the facilities and tells her more about why holidays for the underprivileged are so important.
Season 1 / Episode 2
29 Jan 2020
Read by Simoné Scott
Documentary · Non-Profit
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