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KATE

Kate and her family all worked to set up a Christmas bookstall at Emmanuel Westbury this (and will do again next) Sunday afternoon. Great initiative. Thank you. The children all bravely gave a book review up the front of Church, Kate did the selling helped by Isabel on finance, with Howard on packing and lifting. Read more…

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LOIS sells her Library

Lois, in Year 3 of St John’s Primary, Bristol had a SALE of all the books she no longer read. She raised nearly £50 which feeds 2,500 tummies with hot nutritious porridge at Kyabirwa Primary, Jinja, Uganda. What a star.

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CARPENTER & DAD

Paul Kiiza Paul caught up with me on Main Street, Jinja. He is well and happy with his business and little family. Jenny his wife is deaf too, but their baby can hear.

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TEAM WORK MEANS DREAMS WORK

Very many thanks to Austin and Rachel Milne who hosted, and all those who came to our great LoyalTea on Saturday. We wanted to show our appreciation to everyone who has supported Fingerprints in Uganda over the past nearly 10 years. The photo is of girls at Emmanuel playing Dobble.

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Record Raising – its official

QEH Bristol boys, staff and parents

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Beautiful Blankets for beautiful bouncing babies

GRATEFUL

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Q.E.H. Mufti Day

THANK YOU EVERYONE

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We are Senior 4 candidates

Christine Aliat and Nancy Akello are preparing for boarding in their candidate year. It is the Ugandan way for pupils to rise well- before- dawn (sun rise is at 7am) and often work up to 9.30 at night in order to secure good grades for this important year.   Take a look at the “requirements”:~ Read more…

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Q.E.H. Mufti Day coming up

James “Legend”  Wearmouth

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