Two Worlds Meet

Last month Robbie’s mum Lesley, the founder of R World, embarked on an incredible adventure to Malawi to see the incredible work that the Brown Munthali Foundation have been doing in the village of Chitimba. Lesley was given a warm welcome from Brown and the community; greeted with a ceremony to celebrate her arrival. She was lucky enough to spend time with the lovely community, visit the site of the library that we have been raising funds for and see the progress of the development first hand. Lesley also went to the tree that has been planted in Robbie’s memory […]

Library Construction

I (Lesley Curtis with Caroline Freeland) am raising money to build a library in a remote region of Malawi where Brown Munthali, certainly the most driven but poorest man I have ever known, has set up an orphanage and is responsible for housing, feeding and educating over 70 orphans and vulnerable children. Faced with poverty and escalating prices as well as natural disasters, the most recent being Cyclone Freddy which killed 4 orphans and destroyed his crops, he bounces back every time to achieve his vision for the future. Without a decent education, he knows the future is bleak for […]

Poetry competition at Simon Langton School

We are honoured that The Simon Langton School, Canterbury have run a poetry competition to celebrate Robbie’s life. It was judged by Patricia Novillo-Corvalan, (Reader in Comparative Literature at the University of Kent) and the winners will be announced shortly. There were many entries, mainly from year 8, but also 9 and year 12 and the standard was incredibly high!  Go to the following link for more information: https://www.rworld.org.uk/about/poetry/

25 for 25 challenge – Robbie’s 25th birthday

In the month coming up to Robbie’s 25th birthday on the 15th of November, 25 challengers took part in our #25for25 Challenge, raising a whopping £2,288 ? We had people running, dog walking, litter collecting, dancing, DJ-ing, writing, cycling, rowing and so much more! Thank you SO much to everyone who took part and to all those who donated. We continue to be overwhelmed by your incredible support to our cause. Thanks to you we can make positive change where it really matters. Here’s to you guys! ?✨