NLT’s 2018 Sponsored Walk – next Saturday 15th September

It has arrived at last! We shall be meeting up for our next walk for NLT this coming Saturday 15th September at Windsor Great Park, a beautiful area near Windsor Castle. The meeting point will be the middle car park (roughly where Prince Consort's Drive crosses the A332) of the three on the north side of the A332, between Windsor and North Ascot. The parking is near a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights, and a manned gate into the park, and is free of charge. Toilets are further round so...
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Escorted trip to Nepal – February 2019

This trip will generate many treasured memories.  The people, the culture, the scenery are all unique and beautiful in their own way. In a visit to Lalgadh, apart from seeing the hospital at work in its usual daily routine, there will be the opportunity to visit a Self Help Group in a small village, possibly near Janakpur.  There visitors will meet and sit with the local people as the meeting progresses.  Hearing the stories of their lives, having suffered with leprosy, the benefits gained fr...
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Sponsored Walk 15th September 2018

Yes, we are doing our Sponsored Walk again this year! Where will we be walking in 2018? …………… well, we weren't sure at first, but it's definitely going to be Virginia Waters                              BUT we are certainly open to suggestions from all our readers about other walks for future sponsored events. So, if you know of any lovely walks in your area, roughly about 8/10 miles, family friendly of course,  as we usually have some walkers with pushchairs!!!  Also dog friendly pleas...
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New Head of Community Development Headquarters

Hem Pradhan has now officially retired, we are all sad to see him go, but, Ramesh Chowdhary has now taken over the management of the Community Development at LLHSC. He is adjusting to his new role. So what is Hem Pradhan up to now? Hem Pradhan is helping to co-ordinate the construction of the new Girl’s Hostel with Jeewan Gurung, the engineer.  The work is well under way and is expected to take another 6 months or so, with the ground floor being built, see the red brick work in the photo.  Che...
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The NLT Book – “A Touch of Providence” is here at last!

The new NLT book "A Touch of Providence" is now in print and available to order. This new A5-size book has 160 pages and 130 pictures from different periods of NLT history, and will be fascinating to anyone who knows about NLT's work or is interested in Nepal. Press "MORE" to see a picture and find out how to order. The costs including postage within the UK are as follows: 1 copy £10, 2 copies £19, 3 copies £26.25, 4 copies £33, 5 copies £40.50, 6 copies £48, 7 copies ...
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The Vitality Run was a Blast!

All five NLT runners made it round the 10km course with times varying from around 42 minutes to 64 minutes, so a really good outcome, and great fun as well. There were about 24,500 people running so it was hard to spot our runners, apart from Matthew who is six feet four and stands out from the crowd so to speak. Mo Farah was in front and came first with an amazing time of 29 minutes and 44 seconds. A huge thank you to our runners - Chloe, Steven, Martin, Matthew and Karen - and many thanks t...
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