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Category Archives: SL Visit 2010
A reminder about the chance to hear more about Sierra Leone and the work of the SLM this Saturday: Hi everyone a reminder to invite you to attend Copthorne Chapel’s S.L.M. Day on Saturday 16th October. It starts at 12 noon with … Continue reading
In case anyone is interested, a book is available which I’ve put together containing the diary of our visit to Sierra Leone in February 2010 along with many fantastic photos to show off this beautiful country and people. Any profits … Continue reading
Sorry for the delay, but I’ve finally got the write up for our last day uploaded!
I’ve just updated the post regarding the 18th February – it now has our recollections to go along with the photos!
One of our first visits during our stay in Sierra Leone was to the Milton Margai School for the Blind where we had a wonderful time. There they sang to us and enthusiasm and joy – here is a taste … Continue reading
Just updated the post for this day on our recent visit to Sierra Leone. To read it and see the photos click here.
Tim wrote this for our church newsletter on Sunday, and I thought it worth repeating: Safely Home! Today we have reached the end of our Sierra Leone adventure and arrived back at Heathrow at 6.30 this morning – far too early in … Continue reading
Taking some time to try and organise the photos we took whilst in Sierra Leone. We seem to have around 1500 of them! Once they’re done, I’ll try and post a page with them all laid out in logical order, … Continue reading
A quick post to say we’re back, safe and sound… Will gradually get around to filling in the blanks over the next few days! Its been a wonderful trip, worth it in so many ways. Although tired, we’ve returned with … Continue reading
The last day! Time always does funny things on a visit like this. After the first few days it felt as if we’d been here for years – we’d packed so many experiences in on the journey here alone! Then … Continue reading