Sadza Walks 2015

At 1.30 on Friday 26th June, children from five Norfolk schools set off on a walk around their local environment, to raise money for the ‘Feeding Programme’.  There was African music and the children were given the opportunity to dress in African colours.  A representative from the Mudeka Foundation was at each school to start the walk. At the end of the walk the children were given the opportunity to taste Sadza (a traditional Zimbabwean meal).

Sadza Walk

 

I have been really well received in the schools as I have visited to tell them about the walk.  One little boy came to me at the end and said “I’ve got a tenna in me money box – I could bring that Miss”

Elizabeth Louis, Event Organiser.

 

A BIG THANK YOU AND WELL DONE TO ALL OF THE CHILDREN WHO WERE INVOLVED

The participating schools were

– Barnham Broom Primary School

– Trowse Primary School

– Mattishall Primary School

– North Elmham Primary School 

– Barford Primary School.

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Read about the walks in the Norwich Evening News.

Listen to Anna Mudeka talking about the Feeding Programme/Walks (Skip to 03:31:30).

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