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450 AND MORE ATTEND SUMMER BBQ AT MAIDSTONE

Over 450 enjoyed a party in the beautiful grounds of Teston Bridge Country Park. It was a sunny day and Gurkhas, together with their wives, families and friends enjoyed a great BBQ and later in the day a curry. The Gurkha Peace Foundation hosted the event and was delighted to welcome friends from the Community […]

GREAT SUMMER BBQ PARTY IN ASHFORD

Almost 520 Gurkhas, and families and friends turned up for BBQ and party in the grounds of the ST Francis Church Hall, Cryol Road, Ashford. The party lasted eight hours and revellers enjoyeed a BBQ at lunch time and curry in the evening. Enterainment was provided by the daughters of Gurkhas, they performed traditional Nepalese […]

GPF CHRISTMAS PARTY WAS HELD AT FOLKESTONE, KENT ON 29 NOVEMBER 2014.

The Christmas party for friends and supporters of the Gurkha Peace Foundation in Folkestone was held at the Broomfield Community Hall and enjoyed by a packed hall of enthusiastic revellers. Distinguished guests included the Mayor and Mayoress of Folkestone, Peter Carroll and his wife Lynne and County Councillor George Koowari. There was good food and […]

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GURKHA WALK WAS HELD AT EASTWELL MANOR, ASHFORD, KENT ON 15 JUNE 2014

THE FIRST GURKHA WALK WAS HELD AT EASTWELL PARK, ASHFORD IN COMMEMORATION OF THE THIRTEEN GURKHA V.C.s. The trustees of the Gurkha Peace Foundation would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of this event. Altogether we raised over £7,000 which is our best ever fund raising event. A great deal of work […]

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Samjhana Rai

Samjhana Rai is a 14 year old girl that we met in Dharan, she has no arms yet walked for 2 whole days just to meet us, she writes with her toes and is looked after by her mother. She is intelligent and speaks and writes both In Nepali and a little English. The Gurkha […]