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Weʼre raising £3,000 to highlight the plight of the UK's English Language industry and raise money for The Eddie Byers Fund by walking/cycling 500+ miles in 11 day

Chester
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Since the start of the pandemic we, like so many others in our industry, have not been able to host any students. With travel restrictions and quarantine in place, there are just too many obstacles for young people and their parents to overcome in order for students to enjoy our courses.

So, in the midst of such a difficult moment for our sector, we wanted to do something positive to highlight the situation and raise some money for a great cause.

From Thursday 8th to Monday 19th of July (the newly announced "Freedom Day") we will undertake a 500 mile/800km expedition to visit all UKLC’s 10 summer schools that would normally be operational during this period.

We will be using sustainable travel, which means our legs! We will walk, cycle (or even paddle board!) between the various cities that span from York to London (Downing Street to be exact) via Manchester Chester, Nantwich, Bristol, Reading and Chichester on the south coast. A full plan of our journey is available on our website here.

We are aiming to raise awareness of the plight of the industry as a whole, the huge gap left by not welcoming foreign visitors to the UK and to raise some money for the English UK Eddie Byers Fund. For more information about the Eddie Byers Fund, click here.

The Eddie Byers Fund was created to transform lives through learning. It was created in memory the late chief executive of English UK, who was passionate about the transformative power of education, to help aspiring students study English for better employment, education and community life. It funds projects in the UK and abroad, including teacher training in Tanzania to help young pupils access high school where lessons are taught in English, and English teaching in Palestine.

We would very much like your support and so we are asking you for a sponsorship donation.

We will keep you updated on our progress via our Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn pages.

“At UKLC we want to do something positive at a challenging time for our students, friends, partners and suppliers. It is a long way to go, there are not that many of us and we are carrying our lockdown pounds with us! So wish us luck! We are asking everyone impacted by this to support us by making a donation. We hope we can count on you!“ “

Céline Aloé – Managing Director

The UKLC team

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    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 7, 2021

      £5.00

    • Maureen Rennoldson

      Maureen Rennoldson

      Jul 26, 2021

      Well done Celine and all the UKLC team!

      £20.00

    • Evans Lamsley

      Evans Lamsley

      Jul 26, 2021

      Great work UKLC!

      £50.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 23, 2021

      Congratulations to all at UKLC.

      £100.00

    • Leon Hady

      Leon Hady

      Jul 22, 2021

      £40.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 21, 2021

    • Stephan Roussounis

      Stephan Roussounis

      Jul 20, 2021

      Well done all involved!

      £50.00

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    UKLC usually host approx. 5,000 international students per year who come to the UK to learn English, immerse themselves in the culture and visit the sights. We have a passion for what we do as we believe these experiences make a positive impact on the lives of young people.

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