A BARNSTAPLE town centre business has proved the saying that if you look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves. Customers at coffee shop Kafe Karumba in Holland Walk have been generous with their loose change during the past year and

A BARNSTAPLE town centre business has proved the saying that if you look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves.Customers at coffee shop Kafe Karumba in Holland Walk have been generous with their loose change during the past year - and collection boxes on each table have helped to raise a staggering £1,000 for charity Amigos.The money will be used to help build the Kira Farm for African orphans in Uganda."This is pretty amazing - most people can't believe that a few coppers can amount to such a large sum," said Amigos' coordinator Phil Pugsley."A brick in Uganda only costs 2p and we're looking for other cafes and restaurants to take up the challenge."For more information, contact Phil Pugsley on 07967 822464 or email phil@amigos.org.uk