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8th December 2017
Gurkha veteran Baljit Rai

89-year-old Gurkha veteran Baljit Rai lives with his wife Dhani Maya and son Bibadhan in the small village of Bhudrung,…

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23rd November 2017
Nepal School reopens in memory of Mark and Tim Sutton

We’re delighted to announce that the newly rebuilt Shree Tapu Bhanjyang Higher Secondary School has now reopened after it was…

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16th November 2017
Prince Harry Celebrates The Gurkha Welfare Trust

A Remembrance Dinner hosted by His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales took place last night (15 November) to celebrate…

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10th November 2017
Lest We Forget: Remembrance Sunday 2017

This Sunday we remember the brave soldiers who gave their lives for us in World War One. Over 90,000 Gurkha…

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1st November 2017
World War True: The story of Captain Bhaktasing Pun MM

Last week, The History Channel released a video about the Gurkhas as part of their World War True series. As…

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31st October 2017
A new home for Manmaya

88-year-old Gurkha widow Manmaya Ghale was married to the late Rifleman Tekbahadur Ghale. Her husband was a World War Two…

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27th October 2017
In memory of Brigadier Hank Bowen

Trust supporter Brigadier Hank Bowen sadly passed away earlier this year.  During the course of his distinguished Army career, he…

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6th October 2017
How clean water changed the lives of an entire Nepali village

Completed in April 2017, nearly 22 kilometres of pipelines supply 231 tap stands in Yangjakot, located 15 kilometres from the…

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28th September 2017
A dinner in memory of Ed and Siddhanta

In the stunning setting of the Honourable Artillery Company, friends and family of Lieutenant Edward Drummond-Baxter and Lance Corporal Siddhanta…

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15th September 2017
Gurkha hero Gayam Gurung

When we visited Gayam Gurung, he spoke with pride of his time as a Gurkha in the British Army. “I…

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8th September 2017
The medal that saved my life

Tulsidevi Danai holds up a battered medal bearing the likeness of King George VI. To her, it is the difference…

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29th August 2017
From WWII to modern day: supporting our Gurkhas

British air drops kept Rifleman Kehersing Thapa alive during World War Two. Today, The Gurkha Welfare Trust continues to provide…

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