Emyezweni Christmas Party

We were invited to attend the Emyezweni Christmas Party today, mainly so that Dean could entertain the kids again, but also because we try and support the work as much as possible, although in truth we don't do anywhere near as much as we'd like to for them.

As usual the Christmas party was a lot of fun, Debs, Rach' and the staff really do put a huge amount of work into it and the whole event is brilliant.

The photos tell their own story, so we hope you enjoy them..

Dean juggling clubs (Joel is very proud of his Daddy this week as he appeared at his school to do some juggling and unicycling as they were doing 'Clowns')


One of the kids having a go with some balls


The diablo never fails to impress


The diablo climbing the string - the simplest and most impressive trick


Cat's cradle


Archie having a go with the diablo


Dean with his baby diablo


On his unicycle


Giving the kids a ride


some of them really enjoyed having a go


Some were not so sure


Eli with a 'Mama'


Joel really enjoys Emyezweni


Down to the serious issue of eating


Joel can't believe his luck, seconds of jelly


Rach (left) & Debs who run Emyezweni, they put a HUGE amount of work into the event!


Smiles all around


Some just couldn't tear themselves away from the food


Archie (right) & Friend, Archie and Joel really like each other and often mess about together on a Sunday morning


The Nativity


Joseph & Mary


Joel amongst his friends, waiting for Father Christmas


The anticipation mounts...


And here he is; Father Christmas with present for the kids


Not quite got the politicians touch!


Most were very happy to see Santa

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