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The first warehouse is ready

24th February 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

There are 3 containers now in Freetown port.  One has been there 5 weeks and we continue with the administrative and financial challenge of getting them out.  We are now ready for the contents of Stopsley High School as the first warehouse and 4 shops are now ready.  There is still some finishing with paint etc but they are ready…

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Daily exercise

9th February 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

There is such a wonderful atmosphere amongst our workers in Destiny Village.  we are currently building the first 4 shop units and a small workshop/warehouse to store all the wonderful school parts and equipment coming form Stopsley High school in Luton. At the start of the day the staff usually do some exercises together and may also have some devotional…

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Thanks to those who helped send schools to Africa

13th January 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

What a couple of weeks.  Thank you so much to the 80 or so people who helped dismantle 2 schools and pack containers of school supplies to send to Sierra Leone. We had our challenges.  The 40ft container proved too heavy to lift so after taking out about 6 tonnes of supplies and loading to an additional 20ft container, it…

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BBC tell of Home Leone new school project

1st January 2017 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

The BBC news came to see us as we dismantle Stopsley and Silsoe schools in Bedfordshire to send equipment to Sierra Leone.

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Old schools to new schools

28th December 2016 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

Two local schools, Silsoe Lower and Stopsley High School, are moving to new premises in the new year.  Home Leone has been given permission to strip the old schools and send doors, toilets, electrics, plumbing and consumables in containers. This will help the Education of those moving to Destiny village and who are currently living in Sierra Leone’s horrendous slums….

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Burned out homes

2nd December 2016 | Posted in Latest News, Nigel's Blog

I have just visited where so many people have lost their homes in a fire,  The density of the tin body houses is remarkable and the reason so many are left homeless.  Prince told me how he slept on the street for the night and they simply don’t know what to do. The Government representatives had been to listen to…

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