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People of the Past Quiz Results

People of the Past Quiz Results

The winners and the answers to the 100 questions on the names of different people who have lived in the past.

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First impressions

First impressions

Jeremy Stokes is cycling Prudential Ride 100 in August this year, in aid of Open Arms Malawi. In his first blog post, he writes about his first visit to Malawi and the lasting impressions.

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Veronica’s cycle for Malawi!

Veronica’s cycle for Malawi!

Long time supporter Veronica is currently cycling all the way from Land’s end in Cornwall to John O’Groats at the top of Scotland! She is taking on his immense journey to raise money for Open Arms Malawi

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Charlie, Tim, and Theo’s drive of a lifetime!

Charlie, Tim, and Theo’s drive of a lifetime!

This summer Charlie, Tim, and Theo have set themselves the challenge of driving 10, 000 miles over 21 different countries, all to raise money for Open Arms Malawi! As well as this, the guys will be climbing a mountain in every country they pass through and sharing their journey on social media. They hope to raise at least £3,000 so would greatly appreciate any donations and support!

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Having a ball with school fundraising

Having a ball with school fundraising

In July students from Downe House School in Kent will visit Malawi and volunteer at Open Arms. They put a lot of work into a fabulous fundraising ball and the results were fantastic!

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Billy Rudolph to Run London Marathon

Billy Rudolph to Run London Marathon

It’s 5 years since Open Arms has been lucky enough to get a place in the London Marathon but this year Billy Rudolph will be running for us on 28th April.

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