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Update on Juliet Johnston School, Ghana

Further to our earlier update on the Help Tafo Trust where books were sent to the Juliet Johnston School in Ghana and a thank you letter from Juliet Gladys Osafo was received.  The school has always had a big drive on improving reading but this always proved difficult because they were so short of books. Juliet Johnston School was only established in 2003 in a very

February 17th, 2020|News|

JANUARY 2020 – NEWS UPDATE

We are still waiting for confirmation that some of the schools have received their Sierra Leone books which arrived before Christmas. We will update you when we hear. Our Sri Lankan container only has a few more boxes to finish. Seemingly there are elections going to be taking place in the country which means we will have to delay our shipment to March/April.  Not what we were

January 17th, 2020|News|

UPDATE ON THE HELP TAFO TRUST -GHANA

Books Abroad received a lovely letter from Juliet Gladys Osafo, Director of the Juliet Johnson School Complex, Ghana thanking us for the excellent books we had sent. She said that the books had made an excellent difference to the lives of the children especially those who had not had much to read.

January 17th, 2020|News|

FUND RAISING EVENTS IN 2019

We have had a wide range of successful fund raising events this year. There have been pop up shops in Banff, Buckie, Portsoy and Huntly and of course we now have a second-hand bookshop at 47 High Street, Banff.  We also had book stalls at places such as Tarland Plant Sale, Craigievar Hall, Huntly Hairst and Alford. Particularly noteworthy this year was the Chair Art at

November 10th, 2019|News|

SECOND-HAND BOOK SHOP IN BANFF

We have recently opened a second-hand book shop at 47 High Street, Banff AB45 1AN. Usual opening hours 10 am to 4 pm Mon to Sat. We have a wide range of books stocked and Gary, our trustee, is happy to try and source any books you may need. Also, a box or two can be dropped off for transporting over to Rhynie.

October 9th, 2019|News|