Thursday, 31 January 2013

Golfing thanks and Network progress

Before they set off  home to the UK, Scott and Laura Webster presented our administrator Rose with a cheque  from  Scott's golfing friends.
The group of members from South Cerney Golf Club , near Royal Wootton Bassett,  held a Christmas dinner and during the evening homemade cakes were auctioned and a raffle was held which raised  which £145 the Happy House.
Thank you golfers, and cake makers ,for once again supporting our family.
Scott and Laura are pictured with Rose and friend Pauline Stewart (far right) from Oldham, who, like Scott and Laura, was also staying at Turtle Bay Hotel.

Network makes progress
Mama was delighted to back home so that she could attend the second meeting of the Charitable Children’s Institutions Network with Uncle Billy who has strived so hard to set it up.
The meeting was hosted by a children's hoem in Malindi and has taken the group a step nearer to setting out its future plans for working together to enhance the lives of children in care.
Uncle Billy: ''Next month we will deliberate on core areas such as health, education and the emotional needs of our children and how best to handle them in ways that compliment each other.
''There is evidently a great need to keep learning and emulating the best practices from amongst us thereby fostering a robust networking and referral system which will go along way in adding value to our children centred services.
'' We can only wish ourselves the best in this bid.''