Thursday, 8 October 2015

Eye, eye ...

 Two of our children have a squint which means they need to wear an eye patch for a couple of hours each day.
And we are extremely grateful to Pauline Royle who regularly sends colourful child-friendly eye patches which makes them fun to wear.
Neither Stevie nor Neema ever complain about this daily exercise, which will, we hope, ensure their eye muscles become stronger and correct their vision.
In fact, when a new batch of patches arrives they are all smiles!
Thank you Pauline for your kindness.

Secondary School, a vital next step

A secondary school is vital to the future of all the children at Happy House now, and to those who will come into our care in the future.
Our build is progressing well, but we still need to raise money to finish, furnish, resource and to staff it in time for opening in January.
You are all being so kind. Please if you can make a donation, even a pound or two will go a long way, we would be so grateful.
And please tell your friends about the life changing work we are doing with young people who, without us, would have had no chance in life.
Donations can be made online at or cheques, made payable to Happy House, can be sent to Elizabeth Gomm, UK voluntary organiser and trustee, Children of Watamu, 6 Burwood drive, Blackpool, FY3 8NS.  
Thank you.