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Andy’s guide to photography part 2

This week we are starting with some simple terminology that will greatly affect how you go about taking any photo.  It doesn’t mater what kind of camera you have the same principles apply. Shutter speed – the length of time the shutter is open for.  The longer it is open the more light is let […]

165 Travel Grants on offer

Anyone taking a gap year next year and planning a structured placement as part of their year may want to consider applying for support from the Allan and Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust. Each year they provide up to 165 grants of £300 each to gap year students. Applications should be made before the start of […]

Welcome home Andy

It is with arms wide open that we welcome home Andrew from his last trip to Africa.  Always ready to throw himself at every opportunity, he never misses a trick. One of Andy’s most impressive skills is listening to the ground and hearing footsteps, being able to predict the exact position of in coming wilder […]

Christmas treats for Villa Maria

Well this seems to be one of the most terrifying Christmas experiences a child could possibly have – with a reindeer that size so close to me, I’d be blocking up the chimney! We have been assured however that the kids in Villa Maria loved this day (they are obviously tougher than I was…), and […]

Paul Deaville – latest marathon sign up

Paul Deaville is our latest sign up for the Brighton Marathon taking place on the 18th April.  He joins Scott, Tom and Josh and has a target of £2000 to sponsor 5 children in Malawi through secondary school. “I’ve never run this far before, should I buy new shoes?” You can sponsor any of our […]

Bill Gates – malaria vaccine

Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft says that a vaccine for malaria could be just three years away.  The disease is the biggest single killer the world has ever seen and over 1 million people die from the disease each year.  The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has spent billions of dollars to come up with […]

Last Brighton Marathon place has gone

That’s right Quest4Change now has a full quintet of runners for the first Brighton Marathon taking place on Sunday 18th April.  The five lads in question are busy training and fundraising for the big event and all of us here at the Quest office will be down on the sea front to cheer them on. […]

Hacienda & Waterfalls Bolivia GAP 1

So all is well, more or less. A few of us, ignoring all warnings have been out sampling the joys of Bolivian street food; The Bum Bible has been well and truly christened, and with 1 week down and another 11 to go, one can only imagine how full it will be, a novel of […]

We get our hands on a brand new iPad!

That’s right here in Quest Overseas HQ we have been one of the first companies to trial run the new iPad tablet from Apple. Sleek design make it a pleasure to use, Sarah gets to grips with the many new apps. With square root, +/-, Memory and % controls it can do sums of a […]

Fantastic Fundraising Efforts

Here in the Quest Overseas office we always love to hear what you guys are getting up to fundraising for your projects and this year has shown some truly fantastic fundraising efforts. Toby, heading to Swaziland in April, organised a great spa day for family friends and local ladies – with a swim and a […]