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Remembrance Sunday

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on November 25, 2019

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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2019 The war memorial had been relocated from the British Embassy to the British Club where is has been tastefully and respectfully installed and the memorial service was excellent, brought together by the British Embassy, British Club and the Royal British Legion – well done to all concerned! Wreaths were laid on behalf…

Gurkha Curry

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on November 25, 2019

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GURKHA CURRY – BISTRO 33                                                                                                   Gale Bailey MBE During my time in Bangkok, I have been involved with many groups and so it was decided to combine a couple of those – St. George’s Society with Royal British Legion – and hold a Gurkha Curry afternoon at Bistro 33.  John Hocking also wears a…

Burma Children’s Medical Fund

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on March 30, 2019

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BURMA CHILDREN’S MEDICAL FUND Van trip! Our last week’s van left Mae Sot on February 13, carrying 8 patients and 5 caregivers to Chiang Mai. Among them were five new patients who will be undergoing their initial medical investigations. Of the remaining, two were going back for follow up appointments while one will be admitted…

Book Worms Book Review for December 2018

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on December 7, 2018

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Crazy Rich Asians  by Kevin Kwan                                                   Jane Upperton This is the story of a Chinese American economics professor Rachel Chu who travels to Singapore from USA to attend a wedding with her boyfriend Nick Young. She is the only daughter of a single mum who fled with her to the USA when she was a…

HDF Thank you letter

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on October 22, 2018

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Dear Khun Gale & BWG Ladies I would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for the very kind help and support that some of your ladies gave to Mind, to prepare her for her studies at UWC Norway. Special thanks go to Phyllis Duckworth, Julie Dunda, Teresa Rayfield, Jeanette Luck and…

Book Worm Reviews October 2018

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on October 22, 2018

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At this meet two books were reported as we had decided to have a choice of picks. 1. Snap by Belinda Bauer This book was long listed for the Man Booker Prize. It is a work of fiction about a boy called jack whose mother left him in charge of his two younger sisters -joy…

VCCT Event Mercy Centre

by Sue Davy

Dear Khun Gale and the ladies, Thank you so much once again, for your very kind donation of 5,000 baht for our VCCT Event, held on Saturday 28th April. We used the donation money to purchase donuts and ice creams, which were greatly enjoyed during the day. The day started off with Father Joe officially…

Book Review June 2018

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on June 9, 2018

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    Our BWG Bookclub ran a marathon event in June, with three books to cover. Our style is usually way more relaxed than this. As everyone knows, the main point of a bookclub is to meet some lovely people, have a fun morning, oh and by the way, to discuss a book which is…

THEP Thailand Hilltribe Education Projects

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on April 27, 2018

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For over 25 years, the British Women’s Group has played a part in the lives of underprivileged hilltribe children in the north-west of Thailand through THEP (Thailand Hilltribe Education Projects). The Thai hilltribe people are basically subsistence farmers in remote areas scattered across Northern Thailand with little or no access to education. Many fled from…

Bookworms Book Review March 2018

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on March 9, 2018

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“A Man Called Ove” Six of us sat down to discuss ‘A Man Called Ove” and three more members sent in comments and scores.Most of us had met an “Ove” at sometime in our lives and some of us could identify his traits in ourselves.He reminded Gale of her father in law. Saying that-although Ove…

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