AFRICAT - EVENTS

2017

OCTOBER

Watch the Phantom of the Opera at the London Coliseum and help support AfriCat



The Phantom of the Opera (Julian’s 1925 file version) will be screened at the London Coliseum on Sunday October 8, with the world premiere of Roy Budd’s score performed by the Docklands Sinfonia orchestra.

The producers of this special event have kindly agreed to support AfriCat by donating a percentage of each ticket sold to our Charity.

Date: Sunday the 8th October

Venue: London Coliseum

Time: 5 pm

Tickets: from London Coliseum

When purchasing tickets, please enter AfriCat into the Promo Code box at the checkout. 
 

More information about Roy Budd’s score and the history read Roy Budd's Phantom of the Opera

“Roy Budd’s PHANTOM OF THE OPERA score is a masterpiece of film scoring.”
John Mansell

See you there!


MAY / JUNE / OCTOBER

 walk for wildlife

Carey and Janet from AfriCat UK are tackling different walks.

Walk for Wildlife New Forest 28th October 2017 

Janet from AfriCat UK and other supporters of AfriCat are planning to walk 20 miles at night to raise funds! If you cannot join them than, may be you can wish them well by sponsoring them. This link Walking for Lions will take you to the relevant page

Congratulations to Carey from AfriCat UK for successfully completing the 30km walk along the South Downs in somewhat blustery conditions. Carey said he was pleased to be able to walk for AfriCat and help support the Lion Projects near Etosha. Walking with a team for Save the Rhino he said it was a challenge but it was fun and over the miles was able to discuss many conservation issues with his fellow walkers. Here they are at the start, after lunch on the march and ready for anything!


 Janet and Carey walking for AfriCat UK
Funds raised by Janet and Carey are going to help the AfriCat North Projects including the AfriCat Lion Guards, you can sponsor them here.

Linda from Discover the World is busy persuading colleagues to join her in Richmond Park.  

20th May
Update: 
Congratulations to all who took part in the Schools Walk, brilliant effort by all concerned and with the Guinness Record achieved as well.

If you fancy joining in please get in touch with Walk4wildlife and let us know at AfriCat by emailing info-uk@africat.org


April

An Audience with Chris Packham

Interviewed by Stephen Moss.

As could be expected people attending the performance of An Audience with Chris Packham came away inspired and entertained. The evenings included discussion on Chris’s book ‘Fingers in the Sparkle Jar’ with the second half being a  question and answer session from the floor. Over the three nights topics  ranged from Chris’s favourite animal (his dog Scratchy); to where to go bird watching (your local patch) to how to prevent illegal persecution of birds in the UK, Malta and Cyprus and other conservation concerns for example the impact of leaving the EU.  Chris' message was clear if you care about the environment then using legal methods and the power of social media make a difference by letting politicians and decisions makers and others aware of your views.  

AfriCat UK with Chris Packham

AfriCat Uk was delighted to be able to meet so many people during the evenings. It was lovely to hear account of visits from those who had been to Okonjima the home of the Africat Foundation. As well as selling our goods to raise funds and explaining AfriCat’s work we promoted the Walk 4 Wildlife encouraging people to take part particularly with the schools walk on the 19th May 2017  


2016 / 2017

Thanks to your generosity we are well on the way to securing funds to build brick built classrooms for the Onguta School however we do still need a few more bricks! Can you help?

#GivingTuesday

 school students in northern namibia#GivingTuesday on 29th November 2016  http://www.givingtuesday.org.uk will see the formal launch of our campaign to Adopt a Brick to help build the Ongatu School in the rural community on the Western boundary of Etosha National Park. This community under the direction of its Headman has agreed to stop killing the lions that kill the families livestock, a brave and bold move given the impact such losses can have on families.

In return AfriCat is providing a range of support including helping them to adapt their farming practice and is working with them in developing/building better nocturnal kraals to keep their animals safe. Now we want to help improve the education of the community by building them a school and community area. Through education it should be possible to increase their prosperity.

Can you help us?  More details can be found on the website at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/africatadoptabrick . Watch out for further information.