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Patterson’s blog: Howzat? Moet welcomes English visitors for a game of cricket!

Patterson’s blog: Howzat? Moet welcomes English visitors for a game of cricket!

Have you ever experienced a visit that you feel you may not forget for the rest of your life?

This month we were really pleased to welcome a father and son team , Steve and Derrick, from England who came to find out about our work.

Patterson took great pleasure in showing them around the school and they were particularly interested in our permaculture and vegetation projects.

They also visited all of classes from standard 1 to 8.

Pupils were really interested to find out about their favourite game which is cricket. Howzat?

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It doesn’t matter if it is one afternoon or a month!

We would love to tell you more about our project work.

Get in touch with our volunteers coordinator Johannes, who would love to tell you more. Email: volunteersfomoe@gmail.com

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