Always a popular evening to raise funds for maintenance of the water project. Teams of 6 ticket price £12 and please book your team in by ringing Heather on 01398 341348
This has now become an annual event that all our locals look forward to. They are totally behind supporting this project. Completely sold out and we raised just over £1550 and all enjoyed a really good night out.
Good to get the shooting fraternity around and beyond Exmoor involved and we raised over £900 . A big thank you to our nearby neighbour Derck Boldry for hosting the event.
It has been just about a year now since any decent rains have arrived. In the meantime the water project has really delivered and kept people and livestock alive not only for the immediate area but for well beyond. The warriors have been able to keep the cattle alive by digging up a large bulbous […]
We understand the drought is really biting now and not only is the borehole serving the immediate community but people and vehicles are coming from miles around to fetch water. Read Gordon and Anne’s report here and see the pictures of their visit.
As always a fantastic turnout for this event. Our local supporters are really behind this cause and we raised over £1700 along with additional donations. Two of our original supporters Gordon and Anne have just recently been to Kenya and visited the water project. They returned just in time to join us for the night […]
On June 12th 2016 we landed in Nairobi eager to see the village of Mpagas, all involved in implementing the project and the project itself. This was the culmination of over three and a half years of fundraising. This time, as our trip was not under the umbrella of the BBC we could enjoy the […]
Work progressing well on digging / laying pipes to supply points and protecting the borehole.
Following major delays the drilling rig finally arrived and hit a massive supply of water at 48 metres. This is about 8 to 10 times more water than required for our project. The water is of good quality. The villagers were quick to arrive on the scene and the thirsty livestock enjoyed the water first […]