Friday, 13 December 2013
Friday, 21 June 2013
We have an exciting prize to give away: The Big Bang Theory Season One DVD because as we found out
the gang at Big Bang Theory always eat Thai food once a week! See this YouTube video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYOkaAfOrWY
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Prize draw will close on Monday 24th June at midnight (UK time) and the winner will be picked and notified message on Tuesday 25th June on how to claim their prize
Don't forget we still have spaces for Friday and Saturday evening, call: 01843 592001 to book a table.
Wednesday, 19 June 2013
Our mission is to build village schools in the poorest regions of the 100 poorest UNHCR nations – the nations below Thailand.
MissionSurin Village School Charity intends to build a basic but high-quality school in a region that would normally struggle to have an adequate school and simply no chance of links to the internet and the wider world.
Surin Village School Charity (Charity Commission registration no: 1116492) aims to build a basic but high-quality school - and in a region that would normally struggle to have an adequate school and simply no chance of links to the internet and the wider world.
The school will encompass a good quality building, desks, books and computers.
As well, given the poor surroundings, we will also seek to provide basic humanitarian assistance with a drinking water well and solar power for electricity and a basic community centre or healthcare facility.
General informationSurin restaurant, founded by Mrs Damrong Garbutt, one of the world’s top Thai restaurants, has created the Surin Village School Charity. Our mission is to build village schools in the poorest regions of the 100 poorest UNHCR nations – the nations below Thailand.
The schools will then be built and then linked to Kent schools via the internet for ongoing community support, curriculum activity and cultural exchange and learning – for both parties!
The first 3 schools to be built will be: Thailand (Damrong’s home village near Cambodia), Mali in sub-Saharan Africa with the support of the Timbuktu Cultural Foundation in California and Bolivia.