In spite of it all in 2020 … not everything was locked down or off-limits! 7 year old twins cycled 200 miles in England in a month, just 4 months after learning to ride. A team from a company that has supported us for years collectively ran, walked or cycled 7,461km during Continue Reading
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Thanks to all our friends and supporters who have made donations recently to help towards the ongoing costs of our work in Peru during the pandemic …and it’s not over yet! Far from it … but the children continue to live safely with us. So, a big thank you to all of you, including Continue Reading
The chasqui runners (as seen in the current ‘Project Peru’ logo–a design derived from Mochica pottery) were used as relay runners to deliver messages and goods throughout Peru.The Moche or Mochica culture prevailed in the northern coastal region of Peru from about AD100 to AD800. YOU TOO COULD RUN FOR Continue Reading
177 miles in 13 days; 22 participants in all, and nearly half of them did the whole walk.
We’ve had sky dives over Dubai, Massachusetts and Essex, sky diving, landing safely and raising funds for us – gracias.
Make sure you don’t miss this ! It’s on every year in May Raising funds to support our work, Project Peru’s sponsored bike ride and stroll is for everyone including children and families. It follows the Family Cycle Trail or a number of other trails that go through the Forestry Commission’s Alice Continue Reading