Reed People

Reed People is a project established by Lighthouse Charity Trust,  we are based in Sheringham Norfolk.

Our desire is to reach out too you, to help us change the lives of the Children and Teachers at Lumperie School Uganda.

A bruised reed he will not break, And smoking flax he will not quench. ISAIAH 42v3

April 8th 2017

  Saturday! Where is the week going? Today is all about feeding and football (but not concurrently; guidelines suggest waiting an hour after eating before participating in exercise). On the journey in, Matt pumped up the 4 footballs – one green, red, blue and...

Build Team Depart for Lumpewe Uganda

Ian, Matthew, Mark and Keith departed from Norwich Airport Yesterday for Lumpewe Uganda. Well done to the ground crew for making it possible for the flight to take of on time, given all the snow we have had in Norwich over the preceding 48 hours they did a wonderful...

Good News

    Family receive news that a sponsor has agreed to pay for their education whilst at the African Child Education Trust Primary School Lumperie The children’s home town is about 6 hours drive north of Lumperie.  Although there is a school in their...

Children Return to School

After a short break the Children of the African Child Education Trust School at Lumperie have returned back to school this week. They received letters from the children of Astly Primary School Melton Constable Norfolk, Pastor Steven Musisi said "They are very happy...

April 9th 2017

  Sunday. Day of rest. Or if you're in Uganda, the day we need to accommodate 3 churches, pay our respects at a mass grave and distribute more food… Tim is the newest recruit to Club Imodium, but he's got a sermon to prepare with the newly ordained Pastor Sophie,...

Help Owen Up Date

During our recent visit to the project in Lumperei we had a visit from Owen and his mother.  Now Owen has the wheelchair his life is much improved because his mother is able to take him outdoors; no more lying on the mud floor all day with little else to do.  He...

Where are the Teachers

During a recent visit to the Lumperie School, on arrival we discovered that the teachers had not been paid since February, this was most disappointing news to receive.  To the teachers credit they are still turning up and teaching the children, I did not hear one...
April 9th 2017

April 9th 2017

  Sunday. Day of rest. Or if you're in Uganda, the day we need to accommodate 3 churches, pay our respects at a mass grave and distribute more food… Tim is the newest recruit to Club Imodium, but he's got a sermon to prepare with the newly ordained Pastor Sophie,...

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