It is that time of year again when if you venture out onto the glorious Sussex Downs you might be in with a chance of encountering an unusual species. Walking along, cheerfully chatting to himself, stopping to address the butterflies you will find David….He adores … Continue reading Butterflies
GRIEF Great chunks of me are strewn around Reeling from pillar to post I try to find my way Ever confident of this For loss, the antidote is Love And flowers help too!
Well, the distribution is done and dusted! There were a few tricky moments but so many other remarkable events which carried with them a real sense of provision. Once again we saw some very complex cases and both the Kenyan and UK teams worked tirelessly … Continue reading Eldoret 2019: Part Six
The distribution has started with a vengeance and is going really well. On the first day the Bishop commissioned the chairs and then we saw 26 clients. As always in addition to their wheelchairs they were given lunch and the opportunity to talk to somebody … Continue reading Eldoret 2019: Part Five
The Wheels for the World team arrived safely this morning and after settling into their rooms and having breakfast they began to prepare for the first clients tomorrow. All the wheelchairs were checked and any damage incurred during transit was repaired. The chairs are … Continue reading Eldoret 2019: Part Four
I had a good weekend exploring the newly developed parts of Eldoret town which has changed phenomenally since I was last here two years ago. Many of the what we in Kenya call “inside roads” now have tarmac so moving around is much easier. There … Continue reading Eldoret 2019: Part Three
Well I arrived here safely, albeit weary and cold-ridden. I boarded the plane at Heathrow utterly exhausted and not having checked in until I reached the airport. I was beyond happy to discover that I was in the only row in the plane which had … Continue reading Eldoret 2019: Part Two