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ATS visit to Loy Krathong Festival at Buddhapadipa Temple Sunday 2nd November
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Wednesday October 22 , 2014
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Charlie Drury fundraises to help abandoned disabled children in Thailand

On 12th October, ATS member Charlie Drury will be taking on the 3 Peak Challenge: 3 mountains in England, Scotland and Wales, climbed in 24 hours.  Charlie is fundraising for her charity, For Life Thailand - which works with abandoned disabled children.

Charlie has been living and studying in Thailand over the last few years, and much of her time has been spent learning about and working to improve the lives of disabled people in the country. She has been working at For Life for a year now, a charity which works with disabled children who are abandoned and sent to institutions near Bangkok.

If you would like to sponsor Charlie and donate to this very worthy cause please visit her fundraising page:  http://www.justgiving.com/CharlieDrury

 

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Calendar of Events

Saturday 4th October

Visit to Avebury World Heritage Site Click here for more details and how to book

9th, 13th & 14th October

Doing Business in Thailand - One-to-one Meetings in London, Edinburgh & Glasgow

Sun. 2nd November

ATS Visit to Loy Kratong Festival at Buddhapadipa Temple, Wimbledon.

Tues. November 18th 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Educational Awards Presentation at The Office of Educational Affairs, The Royal Thai Embassy, 28 Prince's Gate, London SW7 1PT

 

Fri. 12th December

ATS Christmas Lunch at Nipa Thai Restaurant - 12:30 pm

 

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