Monsoon Misery hits Nepal again!

Last weekend, from the 12th to the 14th July, there was continuous very heavy rain across Nepal leading to flooding, landslides, crop destruction, and loss of life in 28 districts of Nepal, as well as in north east India and Bangladesh. Even Kathmandu has suffered badly with the Kalanki area of Kathmandu very flooded, and many areas being slightly flooded - even the NLT offices. The roads through the hills have suffered badly with landslides, including the main route through for NLT on the Si...
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NLT Sponsored Walk – 14th September 2019

The next NLT Sponsored Walk takes place in beautiful Black Park in Buckinghamshire, and you are warmly invited to join us in support of the work of NLT in Nepal. The walks have become an enjoyable way of raising funds for our work, and are accessible to those who are not able to run marathons or join the Vitality Runs that we sometimes engage with. Apart from your own packed lunch, we generally take great scones and jam and cream for an indulgent cream tea picnic in the afternoon, safe in th...
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Envisioning Trips to Nepal

We first discussed the possibility of a supported trip to Nepal for people connected with NLT, in the Spring newsletter of 2018, and we are pleased to be able to report that the first trip is to take place in November of this year. We have four people signed up to join the visit, and they will be accompanied by Mike Wells and Trustee Sue Wells, and Enid Kimmerling from the NLT UK office. Flights have been booked and paid for and the itinerary is being planned to give the visitors a good taste of...
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Summer Fair

Our last fair of the season - at St Margaret's on 6th July - is fast approaching. Please do pray for good weather and no wind. Wind makes putting up the tent very difficult. We have lots of great things to sell. Our newest item is our felt ball bracelet which is proving to be poplular amongst young and old. We hope it will be a great day!
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Lalgadh staff to attend the International Leprosy Congress in Manila

The International Leprosy Congress only happens every four years, and is an important opportunity for scientists, researchers, health staff partners and individuals affected by leprosy to interact, discuss and share experiences in their work across a variety of fields in the leprosy world. The aim of the Congress is to foster a global partnership in addressing the current challenges of leprosy, with the aim of reaching "zero transmission, zero disability, and zero discrimination". This year it i...
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The Vitality London 10000 Run was a Blast – again!

At the 2019 Vitality London 10000 run we had four runners who were able to run, and three of those were running in the first and fastest wave, the fourth running in the second wave. Steve, Eric, James and Matthew were all looking forward to the run as they are keen runners and it helps to have the buzz of a big event like this to help you along. There were 23,500 runners so the crowds were enormous, but the event was well organised and the runners flowed steadily into the various star...
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