At the spectacular site, almost 7,000 feet above sea level, the children of Shree Barbot Lower Secondary School welcomed Sophie…
Win a day’s great game shooting on the well-known Kilverstone Hall Estate, Norfolk for nine guns. Only 150 tickets will…
We’re delighted to be the nominated charity for Jimmy’s Festival 2018 and we’re giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the event.
Today (25 April 2018) marks three years since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, which killed nearly 9,000 people and injured around 22,000.
Many congratulations to London Marathon runners James Christy, Tom Inglis and Alex McWilliam, who were amongst the 40,000 runners who took part on an incredibly hot day.
As part of the Trust’s drive to deliver a more mobile approach to aid in Nepal, we recently partnered with the UK’s leading road safety charity and advocate IAM Roadsmart.
As the country enters the New Year, we’ve put together a list of New Years Resolutions for The Gurkha Welfare Trust.
We’re delighted to be the nominated charity for Jimmy’s Festival 2018, taking place in Ipswich on 21 and 22 July.
Regular supporters of The Gurkha Welfare Trust may well recognise Former Gurkha Rifleman Baldhan Ghale and his wife Budhini.
Abasing Chhetri fought for Britain during World War Two. When the Army downsized, he returned to his homeland of Nepal to survive as a subsistence farmer.
Now in her 90s, Krishnamaya Gharti has spent the past 25 years without her husband by her side but the memory of him is as vivid as ever.
Completed in April 2017, nearly 22 kilometres of pipelines supply 231 tap stands in Yangjakot, located 15 kilometres from the…