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Seasonal fun

Santa looked at the weather forecast and believed it. He set off for Inverness, leaving Rudolph behind to rest. He reckoned that he would manage fine without the red nose and the unerring GPS direction-finding. Wrong! The weather changed (of course) and Santa was in trouble once he got to Loch Ness.

Read about Santa’s problems and the help he got from the locals in this lovely book. It is a children’s story book in charming verse. Sam Steele is the author. He lives in Inverness and he was generous to the Mamie Martin Fund when we met at Jade Stein’s 30th Open Mic of her #Birthday30 challenge. Sam offered to help us raise some funds through this Santa book. So we now have it on our website and we get a share of the proceeds of every sale made through our online shop. It’s lovely to have such a cheery project to share with you all. Do have a look and see who rescued Santa and his sleigh!

“Don’t worry, I’m Nessie. There’s no need to despair; it’s not often I stick my head up in the air.”

Sam Steele, Santa’s adverture at Loch Ness

Christmas Greetings

We would like to wish all of our friends and supporters a happy Christmas. We are grateful for your support during the year – it is you who allow us to continue our work of helping girls’ through their secondary education in Malawi and every one of you plays an important part in that work.

We look forward to continuing that work in 2020 and to keeping you in touch with our plans and activities. 

Our Christmas tree in St Andrew’s and St George’s West in Edinburgh will be waiting for your visit until 5 pm on Christmas Eve – do pop in if you can. This image is of our Malawian angel which tops our tree.

We hope that 2020 brings you good health and success in all that you undertake.