and Back Again'
from the second 2006 Waterloo expedition
In the first week of December, Fred and
Linda Nye were part of a small group of members and friends of the
Waterloo Partnership who paid a flying visit to Sierra Leone in general
and Waterloo in particular. On this page and the next, we reproduce
some of Fred's pictures and captions of what was by all accounts a
moving and memorable visit. These will be
followed soon by an account of some of the highlights of the expedition.
Our lead picture speaks for itself -
especially to those who
'sent a hen' to Sierra Leone in the highly successful Waterloo
present scheme.... and at least some children without uniforms will now
be able to go to school.
the background, history and plans of the Waterloo Partnership, with
which St Faith's is very happy to have been associated since the
group's beginning, CLICK
To follow the detailed story of our involvement in the early months and
years of the Partnership, CLICK
And to read Fred's account of his
Senior Primary School teachers who will
be hosts to the 11 Sefton teachers
Leone next month
These fortunate children go to school
because their parents can afford uniforms
Pensioners waiting for their benefits.
Only Government employees receive a pension
Guest accommodation at the Adventist clinic