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Come to our Christmas carol concert

Christmas card design

Our annual Nepali Children’s Trust Christmas carol concert is taking place on Sunday 17 December at Clifton College, Bristol. We’ll be joined by two local choirs – Partsong and A Cappella – for an evening of carols, set in the lovely venue of Clifton College Chapel. The concert is free – just come along on […]

Latest newsletter now available

Disabled Newlife Centre, Nepal

Our annual newsletter has just been published. It gives a great insight into what’s been happening at the Disabled Newlife Centre and the School for the Education and Rehabilitation of Children, along with news of some of the young people we’ve supported through school. You can also find out more about some of our fundraising […]

Fire Walk 2018 – save the date!


We’re delighted to announce our next sponsored Fire Walk, which will take place on Saturday 6 October 2018 in Easton in Gordano, near Bristol. This follows our successful fire walk of 2010, when 50 fantastic supporters “felt the fear and did it anyway” and walked across the coals, helping us to raise an incredible £19,000. […]

Annual General Meeting previews our new film

Children in Nepal

About 50 people attended our Annual General Meeting on 25 October, and it was a pleasure to see so many of our Trustees, fund-raisers and supporters. NCT Chairman Tricia Urquhart updated everyone on the latest happenings from Kathmandu, including the welcome news that repairs to the Disabled Newlife Centre are finished, after the damage caused […]

New short film showcases work of NCT

Film-maker Jon Jacob interviewing DNC teacher.

We’re delighted to be able to share our new film, showcasing the work of the Nepali Children’s Trust in Nepal. Film-maker and blogger Jon Jacob spent 10 days with us in March, meeting volunteers, teachers, therapists and children, in order to produce a fascinating insight into life at the Disabled Newlife Centre in Kathmandu. The […]

Raising a glass to a great fundraising evening


A glass of bubbles and the sight of several OAP Committee members dressed in 1960 outfits, set the tone for evening and we were not disappointed.  Fanny and Johnnie had us all laughing within minutes as they reminisced and bickered on stage.  An added bonus was the keyboard proficiency of Johnnie and the excellent singing […]

Film-making in Kathmandu

Jon Jacob

Jon Jacob, a volunteer film-maker and blogger, has just spent 10 days with the NCT in Nepal, making a new film for our website. He writes: “The more time I’ve spent here in Kathmandu, the more I’ve recognised how there’s a basic humility in everyone, young or old. It’s a world away from my experience. […]

Dine with Fanny and Johnnie Cradock


Enjoy an entertaining evening and help raise money for a wonderful cause, when the Nepali Children’s Trust hosts an ‘Evening with Fanny and Johnnie Cradock’ at Clifton High School, Bristol, on 1 April 2017. Join us as professional actors from the Show of Strength Theatre company are put on a dinner date with Fanny and […]



To enable the children and young people of Nepal up to the age of 25, who have a disability, to become independent individuals, to overcome discrimination, and to be valued within their families and communities.