Substantial donation from Bristow Boyz, September 2012

I am delighted to be contacting you on behalf of our “Nos Vies En Partage” charity motorbike ride which took place from 1 June to 7 July this year.

The participants on the bike ride were me, my two sons Grant and Craig and friends Rob Alexander, Rocky Boulanger and Rob Beaumont. In addition there was a ladies support group consisting of my wife Noeleen and Katija Krazlog.

The bike ride traversed 14 countries in Europe and Africa with the riders travelling from Bagshot in England to Budapest in Hungary and onward to Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, to Bamako in Mali and finally finishing the ride in Abidjan in the Côte d’Ivoire. An important objective of our ride was to support a range of charitable causes that include the Julian Baring Scholarship fund which supports the university education of geologists and mining engineers from Africa who otherwise could not afford it; I’m pleased to inform you that the Nos Vies En Partage committee has allocated a substantial donation to the Julian Baring Fund.

The trustees of the Julian Baring Scholarship Fund wish to thank “Nos Vies En Partage” and the participants for their wonderful, kind and very generous donation, which will make a real and life changing difference to students who receive the Julian Baring Scholarship bursary.