SPAC Rugby’s Patrons (Continuation)

SPAC Rugby’s Patrons (Continuation)

Once the project is up and running, many opportunities are expected to present themselves to the team. “Next, we intend to search for partners interested in expanding the project across town. We hope to become a consultancy for social and sportive initiatives focused on rugby and its immense formative potential. We know very well the difference it can make in people’s lives and in building their character, because we all are what we are today thanks to rugby and its values.”

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The Real Story of King Arthur (Part 3)

The Real Story of King Arthur (Part 3)

To resume the history of Caerleon: Aurelius continued to abuse his authority as governor relentlessly  until the vassal king Athrwys decided to ‘stop the rot’ and end the widespread civil unrest by marching into Caerleon with his own troops during the following year (527 A.D.), where he defeated and killed Aurelius on the spot. It was Athrwys’ 9th of his 12 battles and all of them were victorious according to the Welsh historian Nennius.

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The Anglican Institute

The Anglican Institute

The Instituto Anglicano (Anglican Institute) is the philanthropic arm of the Cathedral which runs creches to take care of underprivileged children while their mothers go out to work. There are four creches in the city of São Paulo and, more recently, another four have been opened in the interior of the state, associated with the Anglican Churches in Botucatu and São Manoel.

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Editorial - Spotlight nº 120 - May & June 2018

Editorial - Spotlight nº 120 - May & June 2018

The British Society has a dedicated team of welfare professionals who  focus on assisting community members  in their own homes as well as supporting members who reside in  residential  homes.  An important change relating to the care of our elderly members took place during  March, when  the residents who lived at the Lar Elite  moved  to a new home, Cora Residential in Campo Belo. Details of this change  are covered in the article by Alison Steel on page 4.

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