Fundraising in Walsingham

The Dowry of Mary, Cambodia Craft was once again honoured and privileged to display the inspirational sculptures from the disabled workshops at Banteay Prieb and to have the opportunity to tell people of the need for education of the poor children in Cambodia and the wonderful work of the Jesuit Missions. The sun shone down [...]

By | September 8th, 2013|Past Events|0 Comments

Fundraising in Walsingham

12,000 Tamils descend on Walsingham for their special day , great credit to the staff for organising this successful event , Thanks to Father Alan and Paul for the space again, we raised another few square metres!

By | July 13th, 2013|Fundraising, Past Events|0 Comments

Concept for the Student Hostel Project

Architects Jess Lumley and Alex Koller - winners of sustainable housing competition in Cambodia with Building Trust International, compile draft drawings for the hostel. A plot of land has been found very near to Puok High School. 100 metre X 25 metre. This is a good size for a 2 storey building to house 40 [...]

By | May 10th, 2013|Student Hostel Project|0 Comments

Visiting Champak Sa Village in Cambodia

This remote village is 19km away, taking us over 2 hours to travel to see the children at the primary school. When we arrive they are delighted with the Hygiene Kits and sing their version of the teeth cleaning song [See video below] The dirt track road makes the journey impossible for the school children [...]

By | March 20th, 2013|Visiting Cambodia|0 Comments

Visiting the Workshop in Banteay Prieb

Bob has successful meetings with the Jesuit Fathers and the Banteay Prieb production team at the Centre of the Dove, a training centre and home where the young disabled people live and work together developing their craft skills. It was wonderful to witness first-hand the creation of sculptures and meet the sculptors. I toured the [...]

By | March 14th, 2013|Visiting Cambodia|0 Comments

Hygiene Kits, Toothpaste & Soap

East Lancashire primary schools donate toothbrushes for children at Champak Sa, a great response to our appeal for hygiene kits, the toothpaste, soap etc. we bought at the wholesale market in Phnom Penh - much cheaper than in UK!

By | March 10th, 2013|Schools, St Marys Clayton Le Moors|0 Comments