Category Archives: Duke of Edinburg Gold Award

VOLUNTEER AND TRAVEL INDIA – dazzle your senses with the light, the warmth and the smells

WANT TO VOLUNTEER IN INDIA? Set in the rural hills surrounding Udaipur in Northern Rajasthan, this outstanding charity has placements for: – teaching in primary schools in the morning and providing after-school activities in a boys orphanage in the afternoon … Continue reading

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Weekend trip to Jodhpur for volunteers from Udaipur

When you volunteer at this lovely Indian charity, you can opt to do a weekend trip to Jodphur, also known as Blue city. The market place in Jodphur runs right though the centre of town and the Guest House is … Continue reading

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Just some of Hannah Godfrey’s pictures of the boys orphanage in Udaipur

Hannah Godfrey Volunteer Vacations have placements for teaching in pre-schools, primary schools and a boys orphanage in the rural hills of Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, plus are looking for volunteers to help with building renovation/redecoration/construction every July.  We also have a … Continue reading

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Hannah Godfrey’s Indian Photos of teaching in the Udaipur schools

Volunteer Vacations have placements for teaching in pre-schools, primary schools and a boys orphanage in the rural hills of Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, plus are looking for volunteers to help with building renovation/redecoration/construction every July.  We also have a new project … Continue reading

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Royal Wedding Hyde Park Concert Review

We’re  so proud to announce that our very own Sera Golding, who visited the new teaching project in India recently, wowed the estimated 300,000 crowd in Hyde Park yesterday as part of the Royal Wedding Day Celebrations. Sera’s band M.I.B. … Continue reading

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Morning school in Udaipur, Rajasthan

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Sera’s take on India

I have always wanted to go to India. I was never really sure why, just knew it was a place I had to visit, so when my mum asked if I wanted to come along to keep her company while … Continue reading

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