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During a very successful visit to India this month the Pinnintys were delighted to welcome four more children to the Home of Hope bringing the total to eight.

Lucy (right), suffering with cerebral palsy, had been abandoned on a railway station in an emaciated condition but with much loving care, nutrition and support is making good progress. She has just had her first physio session and will have three sessions per week, with her carers helping her with exercises on alternate days.

Sundar writes, "We arrived back on Saturday safe and sound, we had a wonderful trip, we felt God’s presence with us throughout the trip, and it was a packed and productive time. We will be sending a newsletter soon, meanwhile you can see these pictures of the children, dressed in clothes stitched by a sewing group at Sarah’s grandparents church in Lytham St Annes. The children are coming on well and we are so pleased with their progress. The programme and all the events went smoothly as planned..."

It wasn't easy for the Pinnintys to leave the children and return to the UK on 8th November!

Below: Team Photo