Tony Gee and Raymond Brown Rwandan Footbridge
10 volunteers from Raymond Brown and Tony Gee are going to Rwanda in late July to build a bridge for a local community chosen by Bridges to Prosperity
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Bridges to Prosperity
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A total of 10 volunteers have been selected from Raymond Brown Construction Ltd and Tony Gee and Partners Ltd to construct a pedestrian footbridge for Bridges to Prosperity in Rwanda, Africa in late July 2017.
Our volunteers are:
We are all highly motivated professionals with considerable experience in the design and construction of civil engineering projects throughout the UK and beyond. We are delighted to be offered an opportunity to implement our knowledge and skills to contribute and make a difference to the people of the chosen community where the bridge build will take place.
Please spread the word to encourage donators and support us in our endeavours!
Group fundraising activity: 5 Peaks Challenge - Complete!
Well done to everyone who took part in the 5 Peaks Challenge who traversed the Glyderau section of the Welsh 3000s and a special thank you to our support team!
Have a look at the gallery to see some photos from the day. To see them all, visit our Facebook page!
The main event will involve the team constructing a 60m span (approximate) suspension footbridge spanning the Bakokwe River in the Muhanga District. The bridge will make it possible for more than 8500 residents of the Kiyumba community to safely reach essential services - including food stalls, a hospital and two schools - all year round, especially during the rainy season when the river floods and becomes impassable.
The bridge is complete!
Thank you to everyone to donated to and spread the word about our cause- this would not have been possible without your support.
We have loads of photographs and videos from the project and will be uploading them on our Facebook page - so head over to the address below to find out more!
Event is completed
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