NLT Sponsored Walk – Update

The NLT 2019 Sponsored Walk on Saturday 14th September will start at 10:30am from the Langley Park car park, in Billet Lane, Ivor, SL0 0LS. This is a smaller car park, so it should not be too hard to find each other at the start and there are some nice tea rooms and toilets to make things comfortable. Bring some loose change in case there is a small charge for the car park - not sure about the cost, if any. The first part of the walk will loop around Langley park, taking in the Arboritum. The...
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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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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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Richmond May Fair!!

Saturday 11th May dawned bright and beautiful and stayed that way all day despite rain being forecast. NLT was on Richmond Green for its annual fair and we did well, with good sales and good conversations about our work. Hopefull new friends and supporters were made. Looking forward now to Ham fair and St Margarets Fair in the next few months. Hopefully they will be sunny days too!
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