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London to Brighton Cycle

Supporters of the Halls Foundation took on and completed the challenge of cycling 54 miles in the London to Brighton Cycle on 7th September 2014. We did this to raise funds to enable a student in South Africa to attend Stowe School in Buckinghamshire.

Five students are chosen from the Dominican School in South Africa to attend Stowe School to study for a year. Our aim is to further fundraise to enable students to continue to join in this incentive for years to come.

It was an exhausting but really rewarding day full of fun, laughter and a lot of hills! Please take a look at our photos of the day on our Google plus page and there are also some videos on our YouTube channel showing our preparation for the big day and also the moment we crossed the finish line.

Join us on our next ride - 6th September 2015

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Our work with Stowe Scholars from South Africa

We were delighted and honoured to be raising money for the “The Halls’ Foundation Scholar”. This is an educational programme that creates truly life-changing opportunities for children in South Africa.

The scholars programmestarted six years ago, when one particular school – Stowe School in Buckinghamshire – created a programme for five underprivileged children to come to the UK for a year that would change their lives. Endorsed by Sir Richard Branson, the programme gave these teenagers the chance to study at Stowe, it provided them with a thrilling new outlook on the world, and the opportunity to develop leadership skills, confidence, character and flair.

The simple vision is that these students would go on to become the leaders, entrepreneurs and wealth-creators so badly needed in the new South Africa. Six years on, as the first group graduate with top degrees from university, there is every sign that the programme is delivering on its mission

Stowe Scholars - UK

Stowe Scholars - UK

Previous Stowe Scholars with Sir Richard Branson

Stowe Scolars - South Africa

Stowe Scolars - South Africa

Previous Stowe Scholars at the Dominican School, South Africa with Head teacher Mike Thiel