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 city of Pokhara.Read more

A dinner in memory of Ed and Siddhanta

In the stunning setting of the Honourable Artillery Company, friends and family of Lance Corporal Siddhanta Kunwar and Lieutenant Edward Drummond-Baxter came together to remember the fallen heroes.Read more

Gurkha hero Gayam Gurung

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

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 between life and death.Read more

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 him with vital care.Read more

World War Two veteran battles the Nepal floods

World War Two veteran Rifleman Manbahadur Limbu’s home has been damaged by the recent severe flooding in Nepal.Read more

Major floods hit Nepal

The homeland of our Gurkha pensioners is currently facing its worst rains in 15 years. Read on for our latest update from the field.Read more

Living with disability: a Gurkha hero’s daughter

Life in Nepal can be hard at the best of times. For those who suffer from a disability, it can be an almost impossible experience.Read more

Trailwalker 2017

On 28-30 July 2017, over 1,500 people across 399 teams attempted the 100km, 30-hour Trailwalker challenge across the South Downs.Read more

Helping hand for a loyal friend

Gyan Bahadur Sunuwar supported our Gurkha veterans throughout a decade of civil war. When he lost his home to earthquakes, we stepped in to help him back to his feetRead more