Monday 2nd September , 2013
For a long while now we have been indebted to our friends in the USA for their work in helping to fund the DCWC Nepal community Hospital in Rajbash. Please take a look at the links below to see their latest work and pass on to any potential interested parties. Without the invaluable work our American friends are undertaking, the future of the hospital would be a very unsecure one. Thanks again to all from here at DCWC Nepal in the UK.
Tuesday, 14th May, 2013
For anyone interested in a trek to the beautiful region of Langtang and Gosainkunda our sister charity in the USA will be taking a group out to Nepal in October. The trip will also include a visit to our Rajabas hospital. Details can be found on the website at
Monday, 13th May, 2013
The upstairs of the hospital is beginning to take shape. This is one of a series of pictures posted recently on the hospitals facebook page. For more images **Click here**
Tuesday, 16th April, 2013
On April 5th our 15th school build by the charity here in the UK was completed. The school was built at Nabin Bal, at Gunsal, Ramechaap, and was donated by South Lee School from Bury St Edmunds. Headmaster Derek Whipp went out to Nepal with his son Matthew to open the school.
For more information regarding the school opening click on image
Thursday, 28th February, 2013
  Thanks to the generosity of Clara from San Francisco, the upstairs build is now well on its way. Phase 2 of the hospital build will see the upstairs rooms completed which will finally render the building weatherproof and offer much needed space.  
  To see more images of the upstairs build please click on the image above  
  Wednesday, 27th February, 2013  
The school at Lytham St Annes Primary School at Kusheshwor was finally completed and opened on February 10th. The school which was very generously donated by Zen restaurant, Lytham St Annes, was opened by trustee David Underwood and friend David Oneil
For more information regarding the school opening click on image
Sunday, 30th September, 2012
  On 26th September the donated ambulance finally arrived at the Hospital. The ambulance has been very kindly donated by Tata motors in India. It is going to make a massive difference to the way we are able to treat patients in the area. The roads around the hospital are treacherous especially in and around monsoon time. This will enable us to get patients to the hospital quicker and to get the more serious cases to Kathmandu.  
Thursday, 2nd August, 2012
  DCWC Nepal trustee carole Moran (far right) recieves the cheque for £2000 from Joe Longthorne and Geraldine Vine from Joe Longthorne Friendship club. The cheque was presented at the first night of Joes Autumn season at Blackpool Grand theatre. There to help present the cheque was TV personality Roy Walker and Darts legend Phil "the power" Taylor.  
Sunday, 8th July, 2012
  A big thank you to Joe Longthorne Friendship Club  

On Sunday 8th July the Joe Longthorne Friendship club did a 5 mile sponsored walk along Blackpool promenade to raise funds for DCWC Nepal. The walk raised in excess of £2000. Joe gave a 'live' interview from his Blackpool home with Eric Hall on radio Essex as the walk was underway. He joined the walkers at the finish line and then proceeded to walk a further mile with a few fans to the De Lovely Hotel who had laid on afternoon tea, a big thank you to Steve & Leigh. Andy Mudd & his family & George King (currently on tour with Joe) also took part. Joe wants to make this an annual event.
From all at DCWC Nepal we would like to say a big thank you to all those involved.

Monday, 18th June, 2012
  Congratulations Joe on your MBE  
Singer and charity fundraiser Joe Longthorne, from East Yorkshire, said being awarded the MBE is "an unexpected honour". Longthorne, who has recovered from leukaemia and a bone marrow transplant, added: "I am extremely glad that I'm still here to receive it!"The 57-year-old from Hull, has been given the award for charity work that has seen him raise money for organisations including the Variety Club of Great Britain, Cancer Research UK and DCWC (Development of Children and Women Centre) Nepal. Longthorne, who lives in Blackpool, Lancashire, said: "To say I am delighted would be an understatement. It's all the more dear to me as it comes in this very special Jubilee year." Speaking of the moment he found out he was to be made an MBE, Longthorne said: "I was in the car on the way back from a gig when my partner James rang to tell me. "It was such a wonderful feeling. It's just knock-out." In his career, spanning over 40 years, Longthorne has performed to millions of people around the world and is currently taking part in a 60-date tour of the UK. He has also sung at the Royal Variety Show four times. He found fame on LWT programme Search for a Star in 1981 and went on to present his own television programme, The Joe Longthorne Show. After being diagnosed with leukaemia, he received a bone marrow transplant in 2006 and is now in good health."I've been very lucky to get through it," said Longthorne. "Ever since then, I've been trying to give something back."
Saturday, 9th June, 2012
The sites have now been allocated for the latest two schools to be built by DCWC Nepal. These will be the 14th and 15th school to be built by the charity here in the UK. School 14 has been donated by the Zen Restaurant in St Annes on sea Lancashire and school 15 by South Lee School in Bury St Edmunds
Kusheshwor School (Donated by Zen Restaurant, St Annes on sea, Lancashire)
Kusheshwor Primary School
will be located at Gaushwara VDC-7, Gaushwara, Ramechhap in Nepal. The school is located above Setidevi Primary school, a previous DCWC Nepal school build at Pasheban. The location of the school is in the Thulo Sailung area, an extremely beautiful place. To get to the school we have to travel from the Jiri road, Mude to Dhunge (by local road) and then a further 2 hour walk is required to arrive at the school

Staff at Zen Restaurant with trustee James
Site of the school build at Gaushwara
For more about Zen Restaurant St Annes << Click Here >>
Nabin Bal Primary School (Donated by South Lee School, Bury St Edmunds)
This project has been the passion of Headmaster Derek Whipp who has worked hard to make this happen. Nabin Bal Primary School will be located at Gunsi VDC-9,Gunsal,Ramechhap in Nepal. the school is located one and half hours away from our Bhramha Bisnu Mahadevi School at Dorkhani. There are several options for getting to the village. By public bus with a small walk or it can be accessed by 4 wheel drive Jeep

A hut presently used as a classroom
Headmaster Derek Whipp with trustee James
For more about South Lee School << Click Here >>