Pink tights and smelly chicken heads.

Day 3 of chicken week and we’re off to Shropshire. The mask is ponging a little and the strange looks keep on coming. Tonight we hit the road on our way to beautiful Shropshire. We’re camping in the wilds of Shrewsbury at the Wingfield Arms pub. Tomorrow we will be at Shrewsbury school gap fair […]

Quest’s 2009 Marathon Girls

Whether you go on a Quest project or expedition, you’re likely to be a lot fitter by the end of the trip than at the start. These lovely ex-Quest ladies are this year taking their fitness levels even further and are all running the gruelling London Marathon this April. It’s not just about the physical […]

Pink elephant really does exist!

A pink elephant calf has been caught on camera in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. They are extremely rare in the African elephant population and this one was spotted by eagle eye wildlife photographer Mike Holding. The pink colouration is caused by the elephant missing a gene making it albino. Unfortunately this means it is […]

Chicken Week Begins!

So chicken week begins, and this is how our office is looking today! If you’re in Brighton today, keen an eye out for our chicken swimming in the sea – serious stuff this fundraising! Keep checking back to see what he’s getting up to, it’s going on all week. To see why he’s doing this, […]

This is crazy, The Liger! and Tigron!

Rarely am i lost for words Tigron Liger-The liger is a hybrid cross between a male lion and a female tiger. It is denoted scientifically as Panthera tigris × Panthera leo.A liger resembles a lion with diffused stripes. They are the largest cats in the world, although the Siberian Tiger is the largest pure sub-species. […]

World Water Day 2009

With World Water Day 2009 coming up on Sunday 22nd March, Excellent Development, our project partner in Kenya, have been conducting some interesting research into the contrast between the massive choice of bottled water we have here in the UK compared to the limited access to a clean water supply faced by rural villages in […]