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Ian arrives in Sierra Leone

14th January 2015 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

Today is a significant day in our lives and the aims and mission we are on as Ian Morris, our Sierra Leone construction manager moved to Ebola troubled, Sierra Leone  Greeted by Abs Dumboyah, who has been pivotal in moving us forward these last 6 months it feels like the first day of the rest of our lives.  As we…

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Journey to Cambodia

3rd December 2014 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

One of the results of Ebola is that some corporate clients cannot understandably sanction their staff going to Sierra Leone at this time.  I have therefor gone to Cambodia to meet up with a number of people to set up a CSR project for the Birmingham based IM group. Its a long way to go for a week but the…

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St Nics Spagetti Challenge

14th November 2014 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

St Nics Church in Maid Marian Way, Nottingham are gathering to eat a mile of spaghetti in aid of supporting Ian Morris who is heading to build homes in Sierra Leone.  Very much looking forward to speaking and meeting old friends. The land is calling you Ian!

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Sierra Leone Trip – June 2014

8th June 2014 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

Few hours between landing form California and flying to Sierra Leone.  Thought I would try Gambia Bird and see if experience means we can rely on them as cheaper than British Airways. So the plane is late – they say due to late arrival in and then confess that they can’t get all the baggage in the plane – so…

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Malawi Trip – May 2013

22nd May 2013 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

A Bus trip in Africa I have to get from Mongotche to Lilongwe and have a full day.  It’s about 200 miles on good roads.  So the only bus to go straight leaves at 5am and I am staying 45 mins away so a very early morning. The bus sets off at 4.50pm and costs less than £5.  Great start…

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Sierra Leone Trip – April 2013 Day 8 & 9

24th April 2013 | Posted in Nigel's Blog

Wednesday 24th April Stepped out of bed on one of those bags of water which sent water all over my floor and books.  Saved the foot spa I suppose.  After breakfast off to see the me at the polio compound.  It was sad that their deputy chairman had died of pneumonia the previous week and it’s almost every time I…

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