Monthly Archives: September 2012

Bethany Neave – 3rd day – Painting the Sipho logo on the wall of a school

I was woken up at 7.00 and was out on the front porch area drinking tea with Michael, Malindi and Wilson by 8.00.  The next person I was going to meet was the female coach for SKRUM – Naomi.  I … Continue reading

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Bethany Neave – 2nd day – Meeting the Team

I was woken up at 7.00 after an ok night sleep (little bit of advice:  always take Malaria tablets before food and never after as I felt very ill during the night.  After having a cup of tea and normal … Continue reading

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Calling all Silverhairs! Your skills are needed!

I have always thought that if I needed to employ someone I would chose a more mature person.  Why?  Well, they would have had a lifetime of experience, gained many skills along the way, will be loyal, reliable, know how … Continue reading

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Bethany Neave – Travelling to Swaziland

SKRUM Swaziland Experience Monday, 17 September 2012 1st day – Travelling Travelling: After being dropped off at the at Heath row airport and saying the goodbyes to my mother I was able to explore the ridiculously huge departures lounge. It … Continue reading

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Bethany Neave’s blog – Swaziland –

SKRUM Swaziland Experience Saturday, 11 August 2012 Intro to SKRUM… The Beginning SKRUM… About SKRUM: SKRUM are a charity that strives for the education of the new generation of South Africa about AIDS and other sexual health. Alongside with this … Continue reading

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Volunteer Football coaching in South Africa

Often overlooked by its sexier competitor Rugby, Football is one of those sports that is universally played and appreciated and a great one to coach abroad if you want to make a difference to a disadvantaged community and leave your … Continue reading

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Wanted! Rugby Coach for Phuket, Thailand

Seeking a Youth Development Programme Co-ordinator A well established charity, that we will be sending out our volunteers to, is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and dedicated individual to fill the position of Youth Development Programme Co-ordinator to join their dynamic … Continue reading

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