Bob’s Walk Completed – 3rd September 2016

Since March, the Rev. Bob Higham, a former trustee of NLT, has been walking the 96-mile England-Scotland border in various stages to raise funds for NLT. Accompanied by his daughter Shirley and friend Colin, they completed their endeavour on 3rd September, arriving triumphantly at the cliffs above the North Sea. The walk was completed in 11 stages across different days throughout the spring and summer. Some highlights of the journey include dodging rally cars competing in the Kielder Fore...
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A New Year Begins…

Greetings from NLT in 2016! The last part of 2015 has been hard with the strike and acute shortages of fuel, gas, medicines and many staple foods. Patient numbers at Lalgadh have dropped as people needing help cannot travel, and we mostly cannot get to them either. Particularly sad has been the disastrous affect of these shortages on the relief work that has been taking help to people in the hill districts affected by the earthquakes. There are about 3 million children at risk from lack of fo...
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Sponsored Walk – Perfect weather, great company, lovely scenery

The NLT sponsored walk along the Thames happened on schedule on Saturday 19th, and was blessed with sunshine for the whole walk. It was slow going as we dawdled with small children, enjoying the views, but we made it back to the NLT office late in the afternoon to a reward of scones, cream and strawberry jam. We need to do a few calculations to work out the approximate steps we took, and the funds we have raised but it was an encouraging improvement on last year and makes next year something...
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Sponsored Walk Update – “A Million Steps against Stigma”

The Plan: Meet at the NLT Office (10A The Vineyard, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6AQ) between 09:45am and 10:20am. (See map below) It is probably best to park in the NCP car park nearby in Paradise road (see map below). Unfortunately there is a rugby match at Twickenham in the evening and the A316 will be shut from about 5pm so it would be best to avoid the northern side of Richmond. Bring some wet weather gear in case it rains. You can also bring some lunch or buy some at Kingston. ...
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Earthquake – Where are we up to? – July 8th update

Earthquake relief has been continuing although it has become more difficult since the monsoon began about 2 weeks ago. The team at Lalgadh has now delivered over 200 tonnes of supplies to five village areas in Sindhupalchowk, four village areas in Sindhuli, and one village area in Ramechhap. Some of these villages like Golche in Sindhupalchowk have been within a few kilometres of the Tibetan border. The death toll in Nepal is now nearly 9,000 people, with more than 800,000 homes destr...
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Summer Soiree

Thursday 10th started off very overcast and threatening, so how would the evening pan out?  Well, there was no need to worry as the evening was  warm and sunny.  The guests enjoyed being alongside the river whether it was on the towpath or looking out from the balcony. The star turn of the evening was ‘The Barber Shop Choir’ who mesmorised their female audience with their renditions of songs from various musicals.  Many encores were requested and certainly their presence next year is definite...
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