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Project news: Marceline's visit to Cameroon.
When The David Hoyle Foundation was founded, one of its main objectives was the support of educational and environmental projects in Cameroon. One of the priority projects that the foundation has been keen to progress is maintenance and improvements to the schools in Nguti, Marceline's home town in Cameroon.
Marceline has been planning a trip to Nguti to assess the situation and discuss the project with the school, the authorities, local builders, etc. She was able to undertake this trip in early April. This also allowed her family to hold a Mass Service to celebrate David's life. This was followed by a reception to mark the launch of the foundation in Cameroon itself. VIPs and guests were invited to the event, which was well attended. The event received coverage in the newspapers. This is shown below.
A video of the day was also produced and can be seen by clicking here.
While in Cameroon, Marceline also took the opportunity to visit other possible projects which the foundation could help. Check out the images below.
Crondall teenager, Oli Fulford, will be taking part in the famous Devizes to Westminster Canoe Race, with school friends from Lord Wandsworth College, over the Easter Weekend and has chosen to support the David Hoyle Foundation - and he's looking for your help!
On Sunday the 2nd December a sponsored walk organised by The Salesian College took place around Crondall to help raise funds for The David Hoyle Foundation. Henry Hoyle was a student at The Salesian College until June 2018.
On Friday 11th January over 50 people attended a talk, in aid of the David Hoyle Foundation, regarding the life of Sir General Charles Munro, given by author Patrick Crowley.
Patrick served in the British Army for 34 years and is the author of 'A Guide to The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment', 'Afghanistan - The Three Wars', 'The Infantry Regiments of Surrey', 'Kut 1916 - The Forgotten British Disaster in Iraq' and 'Loyal to Empire - The Life of General Sir Charles Monro 1860-1929'.