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Say Hello at Moreton Hall Gap Fair Tomorrow!!

Tomorrow we are spreading the Quest love northwards as we head up to Moreton Hall School’s Career Fair in Oswestry, Shropshire. So if you would like any information about any of our projects and expeditions, general advice about travel and volunteering or you just want to have a chat please keep an eye out for […]

Quest Overseas climate change target

As EU leaders battle in Copenhagen about how much they will pay towards the international global warming fund.  The fund will help developing nations meet climate change targets.  Here in the Quest Overseas UK office we have taken on the 10:10 challenge to cut our operating emissions by 10% over the next year.  Already we […]

Villa Maria tribute to Michael Jackson

With Michael Jacksons ‘This Is It’ out in cinemas across the country Michael Jackson is hot topic.  Check out Jon Cassidy in the lead role as he and the kids of Villa Maria perform their own version of Thriller! If you would like to perform your own version of thriller in Peru then Quest Overseas […]

on the BBC tonight – Queen of Mantas

BBC 2 at 8pm today, Wednesday 11th November. The show will document Dr Marshell’s findings after studying mantas and stingrays off Tofo beach in Mozambique.  Mantas are thought to have evolved from stingrays and are some of the largest fish in the ocean.  New research has discovered that they migrate huge distances. They are commonly […]

Josh runs Brighton Marathon for Quest4Change

Congratulations to ex-Quest student Josh Blakemore who has signed up to run the first ever Brighton Marathon in aid of Quest4Change. Josh (pictured above with Bolivia project leader Matt Brimble) worked as part of the 2009 Bolivia Animal Sanctuary Team, who constructed two new Puma enclosures in Jacq Cuisi (the newest of the Inti Wara […]

Kenya Summer Team Update

Well it’s our last few days here in Kenya and we are all chilling at Lake Naivasha after 4 weeks of hard work, with the completion of 4 dams and an extension.  By far the best day on site was the dam we built in a day mixing 174 bags of cement by hand. We […]

Swaziland Gap Year Team 2010

Our team in April 2010 are set to continue working with the Shewula community and Swazilands game reserves.  Work will include classroom renovation, species surveys, trail bashing, invasive weed clearing and a game ranger course.  Find out more about the 3 month Gap Year project and expedition here. Rob gets a little help while putting […]

Ex-Quest Overseas Leader climbs Mt Kenya

Ex Quest Overseas Leader James Docherty will be attempting to Summit Mount Kenya with Camilo Casas this coming September and is hoping to raise £5199 for our Project partners Excellent Development in the process.  That’s £1 for every metre climbed! James led several Quest teams on our project in Kenya and so has seen first […]

Skywatchers set for meteor shower

We all enjoy a bit of star gazing, well tonight and tomorrow night is time to keep your eyes on the skies. The annual Perseid metor shower is passing through our atmosphere this week. Read the BBC article about it, and then find yourself a hill in the countryside – we know how to have […]

Kenya Summer Team Update

Well it’s our last few days here in Kenya and we are all chilling at Lake Naivasha after 4 weeks of hard work, with the completion of 4 dams and an extension.  By far the best day on site was the dam we built in a day mixing 174 bags of cement by hand. We […]