For 2020 most the events planned have to be postponed due to Corona virus (Covid-19). Please be safe and follow the government guidelines.
However, our Greek Evening was very successful and we were very lucky for the prearranged date the 7th of March and have just missed to Covid-19 lockdown.
Our annual Gower Yomp on Saturday 12th of September was a great success and 30 supporters of
Teacher Aid and Nsobe Community school took part.
This year the Gower Yomp was aimed to raise funds for a Safe House for volnerable and abused girls attending the school so the can carry on with their aducation.
The walk started at Llangennith and followed the path towards Llanmmadoc, continued along the western coast, then along Rhossili bay to Rhossili village. Then climbed up Rhossili Down and finishing at Llangennith at the King's Head pub.
We had arranged accommodation at Bronllys farm at Pwll on the outskirts of Llanelli for those who came the previous day from other parts of UK.

The Gower Yomp Walkers
The start of the Yomp with all the walker

Nsobe School with Fiona, Teachers and students walking in solidarity to our project
Teacher Aid and Nsobe walkers

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