Tuesday 11th August 2015 – 10.30am – Chris Kowalik.
A summer ball has been organised to help raise funds to send two West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics back to earthquake-hit Nepal.
In May of this year Ed Hullah who is based in Craven Arms and Pershore-based Phil Llewellyn visited the country following its first earthquake 80km north-west of the capital Kathmandu. At the time, their mission was to help with the humanitarian rescue and during their visit, there was a second earthquake near the Chinese border.
Since then, they set up ‘Rebuild Nepal’, a not-for-profit organisation raising funds to help rebuild the villages most affected by helping to provide safer earthquake-resistant houses and public buildings with links to different relief projects throughout Nepal.
As part of that fundraising, an event is being held at the Bank House Hotel in Bransford, Worcestershire from 7.30pm on Friday 25th September. In addition to live music, a raffle and pig roast, it will also feature a presentation by Phil Llewellyn on his recent trip to Kaule.
Tickets are £20 and are available from:
The Bank House on 01886 833 551
Or Nicky Masters via firstname.lastname@example.org or 07914 143 602