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Meeting of the Trustees, and Save the Date!

Trustees met last week 13 February, among other things to plan the 2020 Coffee Morning. This will take place at the Parish Church in Wye, Kent, UK on Saturday 16 May – please Save the Date, and plan to join us

Much Celebration as New School buildings are inaugurated in Delhi!


Delhi Visit November 2018

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News from Delhi

Blog report after Chairman’s visit to Delhi Schools in November


I returned from a visit to Delhi a couple of weeks ago. Apart from spending time with the Brothers at Brotherhood House, I visited the schools to catch up with the news. The primary school at Seemapuri is being wholly reconstructed with a new floor added on top, so it will be refurbished and larger. Then to the secondary school in Shahid Nagar where the primary children are studying at for the time being, and the hope is for them to return to their own school in the new year. I then had the opportunity to inspect the completed ……

See full report here

Having a Spring Clean or De-clutter?

Make a difference – make your unwanted ‘stuff’ work!
If you have unwanted toys, children’s books, or gifts that are in good condition, we would love to have them to sell at the Wye & Brook India Trust Coffee Morning on 12 May. We can only sell good quality items.
Every little helps – money goes a long way in India and even small amounts raised from selling your unwanted items can buy school books or uniform for a disadvantaged child in India.
Last year this request yielded some great contributions and we raised more than £2500 – thank you!
If you think you can help, please contact me:
Ali Poole
The Wye and Brook India Trust Reg charity no 288217
गरीब गों की मदद – helping the poorest of the poor

Curry Supper in Brook

If you are local to Wye and Brook, why not join us at our …

Curry supper Brook WBIT tickets

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Christmas Street Party taken over by cuddly toys…

… which sold like wildfire!

Lots of young and not-so-young children in the local area went to bed on Friday 1 December clutching cuddly new members of the family!

Sales made a profit of about £149 – many thanks to those who supported us.

News from Delhi – Brotherhood Update October 2017

The latest ‘Update’ is available here. No35_Oct2017


Delhi Brotherhood Society Annual Report 2017

The educational work that the Wye and Brook India Trust supports is carried out by the Delhi Brotherhood Society. Their annual report has a lot of information about all the work they do – including education. There is a lovely tribute to one of our longstanding Trustees, Sheila Child, who died in December 2016. It can be found at this link.

DBS Annual_Report2017

Fantastic Coffee morning!

Being able to use the church building unimpeded by static pews obviously made a difference:

This year we made an amazing £2,475.33, about enough to put 25 children through school for one year!

Thank you to everyone who donated, helped, baked, bought, cleared up, grew plants etc.