updated December 2nd, 2017





Flying visit to England

There was very little time. Four days, three presentations, five meetings and a good deal ...





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Flying visit to England

of work on top of it. That was, in a nutshell, IPA's visit to Beaconsfield.

Diana Wallace, co-head Pietro Tomasini's sister, had made careful arrangements to make sure that a lot could be achieved despite the tight schedule. A first highlight was Anwen's concert, which they played like every year for the benefit of IPA. The climax of the evening was a 10-year-old girl handing over a cheque. She had taken part in a 12-mile sponsored walk, earning CHF 1,700.

The visit was concluded with a charity luncheon in a Chinese restaurant, where there was a second highlight in store. The annual presentation in front of this audience ensures that our English supporters are always up to date on how their donations are used. This year, a former IPA Junior currently doing a Master's in London attended the event as a "special guest". The concert, a raffle, plenty of donations and the cheque from the sponsored walk will enable us to equip a teacher's development centre in Lusangazi (Malawi) with urgently needed materials. A big thank you to all the people in England who support IPA projects!




Happy and proud after a 12-mile sponsored walk