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Link Murang’a


Our annual Link Murang’a Day will take place on 16th March in the Parish Church Meeting Room, between 11.00am and 2.00pm. This event provides an opportunity to find out more


about Link Murang’a and some of the projects that the Diocese of Mt. Kenya Central are engaged in and which we have been supporting. Currently we are helping to finance the building of a Health Centre/ Dispensary that will provide much needed health care to the small community of Kambiti, and we hope that this event will boost the funds that we are able to send out towards its construction. Tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits, soup and rolls will be served during the day, and there will be a variety of stalls, including books, cakes and produce, gifts and plants. There will also be a raffle.


Other fundraising events that we are planning include our spring walk in April, an evening with Madajazz, selling beautiful, hand-made, fairly traded handbags and baskets on 21st June (date to be confirmed), and a jewellery evening on 8th November, (again, to be confirmed). More details of all of these will provided nearer the time, but do make a note of the date of the spring walk which is 14th April. Sue and John Cane are working on a route, which will be similar to the one we took last year (about 8 – 9 miles), and they will lead the walk. If it is anything like as good as the one we did last year it will be thoroughly enjoyable.


As always we are grateful indeed for the support we get for all these events. Perhaps our best thank you is to echo the words of one gentleman in Kenya who said to members of the group who visited Murang’a two years ago, “It is not just that you provide money for us that we value – it is the fact that you show you care, even though you don’t know us.”


Ann Barnes


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