Sunday, 30 November 2014

Dickleburgh Norfolk - Christmas Tree Festival December 2014

Illuminee Nganemariya, Dickleburgh Church Norfolk 
Dickleburgh's Christmas tree festival 50 Christmas Trees in a Church opened yesterday evening and will run until Sunday 7 December.  This a photograph of Illuminee with our Miracle in Kigali tree.

Illuminee also met Richard Bacon MP, who officially opened the festival, and talked to him about his visit to Rwanda and presented him with a copy of Miracle in Kigali.

Illuminee Nganemariya with Richard Bacon MP at Dickleburgh Church

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Miracle in Kigali and Illuminee Nganemariya GoodReads

Miracle in Kigali and Illuminee Nganemariya's profile at GoodReads  have been updated.

You can check them out here.    

Monday, 24 November 2014

Miracle in Kigali Paperback at Amazon

We are now selling Miracle in Kigali paperback via Amazon. To buy Miracle in Kigali at Amazon click here.  

You can also keep up to date with us at our facebook page here

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Africa Glaven Mission - Roger: Genocide Baby

We visited Blakeney towards the end of October to show Roger's BBC 3 documentary Roger: Genocide Baby, by kind permission of the Director, Nick Andrews, at an event in Blakeney Methodist Church, which was organised by Claude Scott and the Africa Glaven Mission.  Read Claude's report of the event here.

Find out more about the Africa Glaven Mission's work in Rwanda here.

Miracle in Kigali ebook

Just a reminder that Miracle in Kigali is available as an ebook on these sites:
Apple iBooks
Barnes and Noble

50 Christmas Trees in a Church, Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 30 November to 7 December

50 Christmas Trees in a Church, Dickleburgh, South Norfolk

We are entering a Christmas Tree again into 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at All Saints Dickleburgh, South Norfolk. The event runs from Sunday 30 November to Sunday 7 December 2014.

More than 50 decorated Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes will fill the church contributed to the event by local businesses, community organisations and children’s groups. The event has a competitive side, as each organisation that enters has the chance to win prize money in the visitors’ vote for the best trees. There is also a special award for the most innovative tree.

Entry to the event is free, but there is a charge for the programme and the voting slip. The festival is raising money for two charities Ormiston Families and Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope.

The event is open from 10am to 7pm every day except Sunday 7 December when it closes at 4pm