Fair Trade Craft Fair

Clitheroe, North West England A great event organised by the local Fair Trade group was held at The Grand in Clitheroe. A Festive atmosphere created by carol singing from our local schools. Crafts were on sale from near and far – Far East in our case. The sculptures were much admired by the visitors, and [...]

By | December 13th, 2014|Past Events|0 Comments

St. Peter’s, Middleton

A whopping 450 toothbrushes were collected by primary school pupils of St Marys Clayton Le Moors and St Peters at Middleton. These will be given to Srey Mom for the children at Champak Sa and nearby villages. Many thanks to Miss Nolan at St Marys and to Mrs Geddis at St Peter's who also organised [...]

By | March 14th, 2014|Schools, St Peters Middleton|0 Comments

Architects Visit Cambodia

Alex Koller from Lumley and Koller the Architects during his visit to the Far East he was able to meet the family who are living in his winning design entry sponsored by the Building Trust International . He also found time to visit our plot of land at Puok near Siem Reap and view the [...]

By | February 12th, 2014|Student Hostel Project|0 Comments

Feast Day of St. Peter

The feast day of St Peter & St Paul is always a special day and it combined with the Carribean Pilgrimage to create a wonderful atmosphere – “When the Saints go Marching In“ made it a memorable day . First 5 square metres for the hostel are raised from this event thanks for your generosity.

By | December 30th, 2013|Fundraising, Past Events|0 Comments

Christmas Craft Fayre

Balymoney, Northern Ireland The inspirational sculptures from the disabled artisans of Cambodia have crossed the Irish Sea to the Emerald Isle for Port Ballintrae Christmas Craft Fayre . Many thanks to Joan for telling the wonderful people in Ireland our story from Cambodia and running the stall which was well supported by Our Lady and [...]

By | December 15th, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments

Permaculture International

KSHP will be teaching the students new methods in propagation , cultivation and irrigation. When they go back to their homes they will pass these new skills on to their families enabling them to improve food production and the overall self-sufficiency of their village. Recognising the need to understand more about the sustainability and care [...]

By | December 12th, 2013|Permaculture, Student Hostel Project|0 Comments

Christmas Craft Fair

Our Friendly Khmeerkats [Handcarved by Mr Thon of Banteay Prieb] wrapped up warm to cross the border into Yorkshire ready for the cold weather. All the sculptures were well received by the friendly folk of Skipton. -- more funds raised for KSHP

By | December 7th, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments

Celebrating IDDP

International days for persons with disabilities. This year’s theme: “Break Barriers, Open Doors: for an inclusive society and development for all”. It is a day when we focus on the minority in our world who are disabled.

By | December 3rd, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments

Autumn Craft Fair

At the historic Jesuit college of Stonyhurst in Lancashire. A great privilege to show the wonderful sculptures made by the disabled artisans from Jesuit run Banteay Prieb in Phnom Penh, New lines are well liked by the many visitors to the two day event . more funds raised for KSHP.

By | October 23rd, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments

Presentation Evening

Bob gave a presentation after dinner, explaining the history of the struggles that continue to impact on the people of Cambodia. He gave an overview of the mission of the Jesuits and the success they have achieved with training the young disabled. Whose inspirational sculptures were well received by all who attended many thanks to [...]

By | September 11th, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments