Spurgeons Academy update

Spurgeons update, September 2017: There has been much discussion and negotiation recently with the national train authorities and the Kenyan government regarding future options for Spurgeons Academy relating to buildings and associated space. This is due to the impact of the expanded train line that has cut through the Spurgeons …

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Don’t try this at home!

One of the projects that our partner John Njendahayo is running in Uganda, is the development of a biogas farm. The ultimate aim is for it to produce biogas from animal manure, that can be compressed into cylinders and made available to people as cooking fuel. In so doing they will …

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St Pauls Bulgaria Trip – Friday update

Today was a strenuous day, which included engaging in physical activities during the middle of the day where the temperature peaked. My group in particular was especially arduous as our activities included capture the flag and races, the Bulgarians did all that we asked without breaking a sweat, this however …

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