Our events

1st Woodcutts Scout Group - Night Hike 27th Feb 2016

Scouts night hike


What an amazing weekend! We would like to say a HUGE thank you to 1st Woodcutts Scouts for their fundraising efforts this weekend. Last night 24 Scouts and 4 leaders set out, in near freezing conditions, on a 14km night hike. The task was made even harder by the fact that each Scout had to carry either a 4 or 6 pint container of water for the duration, as a reminder of the distances young people the same age in Uganda have to walk to fetch water. The Scouts raised a fantastic £300 - well done! Every penny of this money will be spent on our projects, installing rain water harvesting and water storage facilities enabling children to access drinking water.

For more information on 1st Woodcutts Scout Group please visit their website.



Barn Dance 14th November 7.30pm Winterslow Village Hall £12.00 incl. Ploughmans Supper

Come along and join in the fun, bring all your friends for a good old knees up.  A ploughmans supper is included in the ticket price.  There will also be a bar to keep you hydrated, and a raffle for those feeling lucky!  We will also have our craft stall displaying a wide range of beautiful and unique rural gifts from Uganda, the perfect gift for Christmas. These events are a great opportunity to catch up on the latest news on all of our current projects. 

December 2015

Salisbury Library
During the month of December we will have a full window display of all the exciting work carried out by Project Uganda, including photos, project write-ups and examples of rural Ugandan crafts.  If you are in Salisbury please take a few minutes to have a look at our work.

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StThomas' Church

During the first week of December you can find our very exciting 'Ugandan' themed Christmas 'Tree for a better future' and project information in St Thomas' Church.  Please come and see ours and many other beautiful trees on display.




Since Project Uganda began in 2000 we have held many different fundraising events; including casino nights, barn dances, "Posh frocks" dinner dance evenings, live bands to mention a few.  Our events have always been very popular, well attented and great fun!

Project Uganda committee members