Yes……yes…..yes…..as the flyer states, I will be at hand capturing the moments the fans and the players let down their hair (not quite literally) after battling in the pitch during the London Sevens IRB Series.
Details for where to get tickets for the actual games, scores, pools, stats……the lot, can be found on the IRB website. Click here for access.
On May 4th 2009, immigrants in the UK (undocumented) together with their supporters marched in the streets on London to have their voices heard. The message was clear, make the Strangers into Citizens.
I attended the rally and my journey started off at the Methodist Central Hall in Westminister for a church service with various leaders of the cloth, which later lead to the march all the way down to Trafalgar Square passing Downing Street on the way.
London is just a beautiful city. All you have to do is look up…..at the buildings of course.
This was taken as a friend and I were walking away from the Flora London Marathon area, The Mall, on our way to catch our train home. The sun was shining, the weather was beautiful and I just couldn’t resist taking some more pics.
UK Kenyans Achievers Awards inconjunction with London 2gether Ltd, hosted for the first time an awards ceremony to recognise Kenyans in the UK who have made their mark in the Kenyan community.
The awards has been supported by the Kenya High Commission and various organisations.
The categories included, Best Company, Best Charity, Best Community Service Organisation, Best Kenyan Dj, Best Musician, Most Outstanding Journalist, Most Innovative Person, Top Academican, Most Outstanding Business Person, Pastor/Bishop of the Year and Unsung Heroes and Heroines.
The event was held the the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury London on 18th April 2009.
The guests of honour included Hon Julius Kiema Kilonzo, Cllr Marianne Alapini and other dignitaries.