Join the African Vision Music Celebration event on 26th June 2015 at SOAS, which is at Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG. Please see the poster below or for the hi-res version with full details and prices etc. for the concert and workshops visit here …
Tickets can be purchased from AVM Music Event at SOAS here …
More details also appear on our Events page here …
Lucy Bromley is running in the LONDON Marathon on Sunday 26 April 2015 for African Vision Malawi.
Please support Lucy by making a donation however large or small…
Lucy’s fundraising page can be accessed via the following link: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/lucybromley1
A Gala Evening – Tues 14th April 2015, 7 – 9pm.
Film screening, music, talk and free welcome drink (cash bar), being held to mark 10 years of African Vision Malawi activity.
Join the Project 4 Africa team at their Quiz and Curry Night on Saturday 11th April 2015. The quiz will be held at The Wheatsheaf pub, which is at 34 Kingston Road, Ewell, KT17 2AA.
The night will kick off from 7.30pm with quiz master Darren Hull taking centre stage. Tickets are £7.50 covering the curry and quiz – an alternative dish is available. Teams can consist of up to 6 people.
If you can make it, please email one of the P4A Team.
A Free Photography and Fine Art Exhibition. With photography and illustrations by Gaynor Cook and Adam Newton to mark 10 years of African Vision Malawi activity.
The latest African Vision newsletter is out. You can read it here … April 2015 Newsletter
This year is our 10th Anniversary and there is lots going on to celebrate, including our Hampton Court Flower Show Garden in July.
There is a full update on the very exciting progress being made in Sam’s Village which I hope you will enjoy. I do hope many of you will be able to join us on Tuesday April 14th at the cornerHOUSE, Surbiton for the gala night celebrating our journey over 10 years, through photography and artwork.
Nigel will be in Malawi with the team there for most of April and will report back on the progress shortly afterwards.
Please look at the exciting new events that are planned for this spring to support and celebrate AVM. Amongst others, there are exhibitions, concerts, a quiz or two and runners.
The events can be found via the Get Involved/Upcoming Events links.
African Vision Malawi wins Gold at Hampton Court Flower Show which is wonderful news for our 10th anniversary! The garden has been designed and created by Gabrielle Evans. Here is the concept behind the garden…
The revised walk will still be on Sunday, 8 February but will now be to Nonsuch Park. The meeting point is now The Wheatsheaf pub, 34 Kingston Road, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 2AA. Meet at 11:00 am for coffee and croissants then a 11:30 am start. The cost will be £5 a head for the walk (children under 16 free – a bargain!). Then back to the Wheatsheaf pub in Ewell Village again for an optional snack (at a further £5 cost) and drinks.
This change has been brought about by the condition of the proposed Headley Heath walk at this time of year. The walk should take around 2 hours. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Heather Palmer went to visit M’dozi Village in Mundundu Centre which is about 60km from the capital city last September. She spoke to a number of people in the village, namely orphans, single mothers and elderly.
Heather chose to present some blankets, knitted by supporter from All Saints Church, Kingston, to the elderly and clothing to orphans. Below are some of the blankets that were distributed to elderly…as they no longer have children to look after them as they have passed away due to HIV or malaria.
Another grateful recipient of a blanket.
Kondwani who is one of children with disability who received a blanket and was so pleased.
And a boy receiving blanket.