Jackie and Dave are organising a lovely pre-Easter weekend on the 13th and 14th April 2019 and kindly invite you to come along and enjoy two days of walking, great food and fun!
‘Canal, Curry and Cider’ is the motto for Saturday, 13th April. Start the day with a bacon butty or a homemade Granola bar before descending upon the Trent and Mersey canal on a roughly 20 mile trek from Colwich to Burton-on-Trent. You can run, walk, cycle, drive or even cruise on the Bear Necessities before enjoying a curry and pint at The National Brewery Centre in Burton. This is a fun weekend with a physical challenge if you want to push yourselves. All we ask is that you make a donation to OSOC in appreciation.
Sunday, 14th April is the Nepali New Year, and Palm Sunday in the UK. The motto for the day will be ‘Cannock Chase, Cakes and Customs’. Have a leisurely few hours exploring the history, nature and customs of this beautiful area. It has an outstanding museum, a stimulating ‘Go Ape’ high ropes course and a wonderful woodland cafe. Finish at Colwich with a homemade Staffordshire Oatcake and a Easter gift!
Jackie says she has enough space in the house and for campers in the garden. There also a few caravan / camping sites close by.
Now, who could resist such a lovely invitation. It’s a great weekend to look forward to! Contact Jackie to book your place and for further details.
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OSOC Nepal worker Nirajan feeding street children in Narayangarh - Autumn 2017
Yorkshire Three Peaks Trek
In October 2017, OSOC friends and supporters took part in the Three Peaks Trek. Read about their adventures here.
The Christmas 2018 OSOC Newsletter has been produced by Louis Britten, and is available for download here
TrekFest - The Peaks31st August 2019
When you sign up for TrekFest - The Peaks, you will be signing up to take on the ultimate UK charity challenge in one of the UK’s most stunning National Parks – The Peak District. Click here to register and join us and raise funds for OSOC.
Join our team and tick this classic UK challenge off your list.
Inca Trail Trek15th - 24th November 2019
We’re off as a team to conquer the one and only Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – the world’s most important archaeological find and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World!
This classic Inca Trail encompasses 3 high mountain passes – the highest being 4,200 m. The trek will be tough and will certainly test us, but upon witnessing the sight of Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate mirrored with breathtaking views across the Andes our efforts are more than worthwhile. Click here to register and join us and raise funds for OSOC.
Wales End to End15th - 18th August 2019
Pedalling from the most northern point of Wales down to the vibrant capital of Cardiff, we’ll experience diverse beautiful landscapes of majestic woodlands; rural lanes and distinct mountain ranges from start to finish.
Join us and conquer Wales by bike, your time in the saddle won’t come more satisfying! The miles will fly by as we enjoy this iconic cycling challenge. Click here to register and join us and raise funds for OSOC.
Milan to Monaco Cycle 2nd - 6th Octber 2019
Incorporating breathtaking mountain climbs and stunning coastal vistas and also exceptional support from our dedicated event crew, this exciting cycle ride takes us from the splendour of Milan to the magnificence of Monaco, playground of the rich and famous.
A stunning ride through the best that Italy has to offer, leading to the rest and recreation of the Riviera! Click here to register and join us and raise funds for OSOC.
Wahoo - new school uniforms for our students in the Homework club A massive THANK YOU to all our sponsors As you can see, the children are well chuffed to have received them
Students Receive School Uniforms
Our 2018 Christmas card was designed by one of our talented Homework Club students. He is seen here receiving a prize for his brilliant work
Sponsor a Child
Please sponsor a child. £5 per month pays for a child to attend homework club. We ask for a year’s funds so that the student will have the knowledge that they will be a member of the homework club for a full year. In return you will receive messages from your sponsored student. Please bear in mind that English is not their first language. The tutors will help them write their message!
This pays for children from the local government school to allow them to meet their potential. With professional tutors who will assist them in subjects leading up to SLC (School Leaving Certificate normally at age 16), essential if they are to have the opportunity to continue in education. English is key as further education is given in English and government schools teach in Nepali, whereas private schools teach in English.
Homework Club student Sajun
Srijana receives her sponsorship gift from OSOC co-founder Dave Britten
The homework club runs from 7-8:30 AM and 4-5:30 PM and employs tutors to cover all subjects.
We now have 28 regular students coming to the Homework Club. Please help us increase this to 30!
A sponsorship form, for you to complete and forward to OSOC, can be downloaded here.
The Homework Club
Homework Club students at play
OSOC Greetings Cards
OSOC has produced packs of greetings cards featuring beautiful views of Nepal. Details of these lovely cards can be found here
Support OSOC on JustGiving!
OSOC has joined up with JustGiving. This is a really convenient way for fundraisers to support our charity. Our JustGiving page can be reached by clicking on the logo to the left of this text. If you would like to make a direct donation, you can do this using the JustGiving donation panel on our Donations page.