An alternative Christmas Gift

We have made an opportunity for supporters to help cover some of our service costs for the work we do for people affected by leprosy in our hospital in Nepal. If you buy one of these gifts, you will be paying for meals for our inpatients, a live chicken or a live goat for our vulnerable patients to raise for food or income, or a pair of special shoes made in our workshop for feet damaged by leprosy. We will send you a batik card with an insert explaining the gift, which you can then send to the ...
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NLT Christmas Cards

Don't forget to buy your Christmas cards from NLT. There is a great range of beautiful hand-made, batik, Christmas cards which make an extra special way to send your greetings. There is also a range of more standard printed cards in packs of 10. Click on the 'READ MORE'  button to access the links. Details and pictures are included in the linked information sheet HERE: christmas card 2021 insert final  
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NLT Autumn Newsletter

The Autumn Newsletter is ready and those on email will now have it in their inbox! The posted version is waiting for the printer to deliver, but they will be off soon. Click on the 'READ MORE' button to access the links.   You can see it HERE: NLT autumn newsletter 2021 final The Christmas card information insert is HERE: christmas card 2021 insert final
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Support for Ram Nandan – found!

This is a little update just to mention that we now have a supporter for Ram Nandan, the shoemaker that we mentioned in a post a little while ago. This will make a great difference to him as he will be sure of a small extra cushion that will help him to meet his, and his family's, basic needs. Our sincere thanks to all those who reach out to touch the lives of people affected by leprosy, and make such a difference!
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NLT 2021 Sponsored Walk

The NLT sponsored walk took place on 3rd October, on the wettest Saturday we have had for ages! Eight of us gathered at Ibstone Common with a dog called Crumble in tow, and we spent some time dressing up in lots of waterproof clothing. The rain was coming down steadily but not too hard, so we were able to talk and walk easily, and enjoy the lovely countryside in that area. After a few miles we came to the windmill that was made famous in the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang film, set on the ridge of a hi...
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Support the film ‘I am Belmaya’

As we mentioned in the previous post, the film premiere of 'I am Belmaya' is tonight (4th October) and there is another showing on 14th October. The details are: You are warmly invited to the Premiere on Monday 4th October, 6.20pm, at Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY. There will be a Q&A with me, hosted by BBC broadcaster Ashanti Omkar - and we’ll have drinks afterwards at the bar.   Booking link Further screenings There will also be a screening at DocHouse with Q&A ...
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