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The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project


'CONNECTING PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE'

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Happy New Year to all our Supporters and Volunteers

The Project is Closed until the Monday 7th January 2019 but we will still be checking our emails so feel free to contact us if you need advice or information 

Thank you for your support during 2018

Project Events 2019

January 2019

January 2019

May 2019

July 2019

UK Twinned School Cluster Meeting - 

Meeting for UK Teachers and Project Volunteers to discuss school twinning projects and educational activities.

UK Project Meeting - 

Meeting for Project Volunteers to discuss to discuss this year's key projects and activities

The Park to Park Challenge 2019 - 

Our main fundraising event (see below)

Summer Visit to Uganda by UK Teachers

Teachers from UK will be visiting their Ugandan twinned schools

Our Next Big Event!

The Park to Park Challenge 2019

is an 8.5 mile walk along the Staunton Way and has been specifically chosen to be as accessible to as many people as possible.

Its purpose is to raise funds for the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project which supports wildlife conservation and education projects in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park. We also get involved in wildlife conservation and education activities in local schools here in England.

The Challenge starts in the main car park of Staunton Country Park at 9.30am and finishes at the Queen Elizabeth Country Park (we expect everyone to be finished by about 2.30pm)

 

This year we are giving participants the choice of either collecting sponsorship in the traditional way (using the form below) or as a simpler alternative, participants can encourage any potential sponsor to donate using the button on this website

 

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A Registered Charity Number 1137413