To increase the facilities for children, work at Les Ormes started in February to transform an area of wasteland into a magical Woodland Wonderland which will also have wheelchair access.
'Camp Bosdet led us to realise that there is a lack of opportunity for many children and young people to access leisure and play activities.’ said Alan Le Pavoux. ‘Following its positive impact on young lives during the 2020 pandemic, Camp Bosdet has now been established as an ongoing project to continue to help disadvantaged children.
'Woodland Wonderland will be somewhere for children to connect with nature in a safe environment.'
In February a volunteer group from EFLO (Education Fund for Luweero Orphans) offered help to build fences. Chairman Dick Richomme said, 'The primary objective of EFLO is to support the Sermon on the Mount School in Luweero and look after and provide education facilities for orphaned children, together with the wider Luweero community. Covid19 and lockdown prevented and frustrated EFLO volunteers from fund raising and traveling to Uganda.
'However, through the generous support of our local donors, we managed to set up a food bank and in the absence of travel, were delighted to help the Bosdet Foundation with the woodland project. We share common goals and have been delighted to help.'