Despite Joanna Lumley's campaign, many ex-Gurkhas and their widows will not be eligible, or are too old and frail, to come to the UK, and the Gurkha Welfare Trust will continue to support them with pensions, medical assistance etc. We still need your help to raise the money needed to do this.
If you are interested in helping us raise funds for the Gurkha Welfare Trust in any way, please contact us on 01889 577721, or by email: email@example.com
You can meet us at the Gamekeepers' Fair, Catton Park, Nr. Alrewas, Staffordshire on 11/12th April, 2015
TALKS IN AID OF THE GURKHA WELFARE TRUST
Plains to Peaks:
Nepal from it’s southern border with India, through the foothills to the Himalayas and a short visit to
Home of the Brave:
Life in the hill villages of the Gurkha soldiers.
Marigolds & Butterlamps:
The festivals of the Kathmandu Valley and stories
of the gods.
The Little Yellow God & Me:
Funny things that can happen to a Westerner living, working and trekking in Nepal.
The story of the Gurkhas.
What You Need is a Good, Relaxing Holiday:
But don’t join the Crosses unless you want to be stuck in a minefield in the Sinai or a white-out in the Himalayas!
If you’ve always wanted to know how to wear a sari this is your chance to experience how elegant you feel wearing one. A demonstration of how to wear a sari and information on the culture of Nepal.
Fee; £40 for The Gurkha Welfare Trust
Travel expenses: 40p per mile
For more details contact:
Tel: 01889 577721