Reports and downloads

Some of you may have tried to download reports from our site and found that some links did not work. We are working on correcting this but we have recently re-done the "Reports and Downloads" page under the menu option "Useful Material" and have also added the last two years of newsletters to the available downloads. Enjoy.
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A Musical Evening

NLT's very good friends at Eastwick Road Church in Bookham, organised a brilliant musical evening where talented young musicians were able to perform a variety of old and new music to a packed audience, in aid of the work of Nepal Leprosy Trust. NLT was supported by the John Dunsmore Nepalese Textile Trust with the sale of Nepali textile items, and NLT's own handicrafts were also sold. The event raised about £1300 for the work that is done for people affected by leprosy in Nepal, which was a tre...
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Eileen Lodge – Support needed for Care Costs in Nepal

It is now quite a number of years since Eileen was actively engaged in working with the organizations she founded, and she has been largely wheelchair or bed-bound in Kathmandu since a hip operation had a poor outcome several years ago. At 91 years, Eileen needs care day and night which is provided by four faithful Nepali carers. She has continued to be an encouragement and blessing to many, and is loved and appreciated by Nepalis as can be seen by the certificates of appreciation around her...
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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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Bob’s Walk Continues

Bob Higham began his walk for NLT along the border between England and Scotland in June, with his daughter for company, and has been nibbling off a few miles each weekend as he has been able. They started with a friend at the west coast near Gretna Green, and continued inland along the border. The weather has been variable but the walk thoroughly enjoyable so far, apart from a bout of painful cellulitis! There are only a few weekends' worth of distance left now, and Bob has raised a little over ...
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Squirrels on Brownsea Island found to have leprosy

In 2014, red squirrels in Scotland were found to have a form of leprosy. Research in other areas has recently shown that leprosy is also present amongst the red squirrel population on Brownsea Island off the south coast of Britain, and Edinburgh University is to conduct a study to find out how the disease is spread, as little is known about this, and to learn how to control this spread. The disease causes swelling and loss of hair on ears, muzzle and feet and is affecting the population alth...
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