Sponsored Walk

SPONSORED WALK (to raise funds for podiatry treatments and for the bandaging units) Our lead podiatrists will doing a sponsored walk from Hungerford to Theale along the Kennet and Avon canal (approximately 23 miles) on Saturday 2nd December. We would be very grateful for any sponsorship or donations you would like to make. There are three ways to

Final updates from India and the future

Home and Plans for the future Ali and Marian are home from India and after a very busy couple of weeks has returned full of ideas for future help at the unit. There has been a flurry of updates over the past few days so here are links to them so you can catch up

Down our street, hands & feet

Down our street In this post we tell you a little more about the neighbourhood we are staying in – especially our street. We also note that ladies prefer treatment from ladies. The supplies that were donated are being used and adapted to help relieve pain and encourage healing.  

Sightseeing & unexpected happenings

A relaxing weekend but back to unexpected happenings at the unit Our third update tells you a little about our weekend when we managed a bit of sightseeing. Then back to the clinic where, at least, we were surprised by unexpected happenings.  

Home from Home & Time for Action

Our temporary Home and working at the unit This is our second update that tells you a little about our apartment and some of the work we are doing at the clinic.

Updates from India

Regular Updates We have been putting out regular updates to a small mailing list of supporters and thought you might be interested to read them too. This is the link to the first

On our way to India

Quick update about our trip to India We made it to the airport in plenty of time to catch out flight to India – in fact we were able to do a bit of shopping! Very Christmassy here still and feels a little odd to be leaving on Boxing Day when we are usually eating


As mentioned in our earlier post Ali, a podiatrist at Theale Wellbeing Centre, will be volunteering at The Village of Hope in India at the end of December/beginning of January. Using her Podiatry training Ali will be helping leprosy sufferers who often have ulcerated feet. Alongside her will be her friend Marian who will dress

Relief for Leprosy sufferers – our podiatrist in India

VILLAGE OF HOPE  Some of you may be aware that one of our podiatrists – Ali Clark-Morris has been fund raising for the Village of Hope leprosy project. To start with we would like to say a very big THANK YOU to all of you who have supported this project both with financial donations and donations

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