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Lutons Best Awards 2014- Dave Hall

1st December 2014 | Posted in Latest News, Man in a Shack Blog

Luton’s Best Awards held November 27th 2014, saw the best of the town honoured at a glitzy ceremony at Luton Hoo. Dave Hall, who completed the Man in a Shack challenge for Home Leone earlier this year, was honoured to be given the “Sporting Inspiration” award. Dave has raised £95,000 for Home Leone to date and is continuing to travel…

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Congratulations to Michael Grainger

19th November 2014 | Posted in Latest News

Michael Grainger, who drove the man in a shack from John O Groat’s to Land’s End, celebrated his birthday at Stopsley Baptist Church in Luton by inviting his friends to a song and fund raising evening. With an excellent concert from the local Acapella choir, and Peter Lee Chung auctioning off the shaving of his beard, they raised over £500…

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St Nics spagetti Challenge

19th November 2014 | Posted in Latest News

What a great evening as the Open Book group invited St Nics church Nottingham and their friends to challenge to eat a mile of spaghetti to raise money as they prepare to send Ian Morris to build homes in Sierra Leone.  What a great night with music, food and a really fun charity auction.  The website already shows £1,200 raised…

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Hello From Ian

12th November 2014 | Posted in Latest News

Hi there, I am Ian Morris and will land in Sierra Leone in January 2015.  My role is to make the building happen.  I am excited at the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of some of the world’s poorest.  Like Katherine, I look forward to sharing the journey.  Funnily enough the journey this week is in Poland…

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Hello From Katherine

12th November 2014 | Posted in Latest News

Hi there, I am Katherine Henshaw and I plan to go and live in Sierra Leone in early 2015.  I first visited Sierra Leone in 2005.  My role is to develop the work with communities and manage Home Leone in Sierra Leone.  I look forward to sharing the journey with you.  I recently joined the Maninashack run and was privileged…

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