One dark, wintry night, a Roman soldier was riding his horse when he saw a beggar on the side of the road, shivering in the cold. The soldier, Martin, got off his horse, took out his sword and sliced his cloak in two, giving half to the freezing beggar. People throughout many parts of Europe now celebrate the feast day of Martin, who later became a saint.
On Friday 13th November 11th 2016 we held our annual lantern walk with traditional songs, foods and drinks like goulash, hot chocolate and mulled wine. We would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed towards raising money for Roundabout. The charity helps many people and the 18,480 raised will go towards chemotherapy treatment for a young boy called Wu Ya Chao. A HUGE HoK Thank you!