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Press - How the media are supporting the Children of Watamu

media coverageWe welcome media interest and can provide press releases and pictures on our Happy House and our inspirational Mama Sue.

Her personal road to the Happy House is an extraordinary story of love, courage, devotion and heartache - a wonderful story for any publication looking for an unusual story and would make a wonderful subject for a television documentary.

We are happy to provide case studies of children helped by Happy House or to work with journalists on stories affecting vulnerbavle children in the developing world.

Please email: Elizabeth Gomm

Telephone: 07905130589

Many thanks to the Blackpool Gazette which has supported the Happy House since 2007.

Media Stories-

"Best Kept Secrets...In Conversation" show on 103.2 Preston FM 21st March 2012. Sue Hayward Interview About Happy House, Kenya

Blackpool Gazette - 27 February 2012  Hotelier Sue is happy to help

Steve Becker from BBC Radio Lancashire visited Sue, Dave and the Children Of Watamu. Hear their story on Radio Lancashire which was broadcast over Easter on BBC Radio Lancashire Follow to find out more

Sue's BBC blog with BBC Lancashire

BBC North West Inside Out programme 1, 2 and the Children Of Watamu song follow to find out more

Latest update - BBC North West Inside Out - From Blackpool to Kenya

BBC News 4th February - Landlady helps children - follow to see programme

BBC News North West - Hotelier to adopt 100 orphans

See Sue's BBC interview

Lancashire Life edition - Sue’s an inspiration

Sue Hayward tells Amanda Griffiths about the remarkable charity work for orphans which earned her the title of Lancashire Woman of the Year
LANCASHIRE PHOTOGRAPHY BY GLYNN WARD
READ MORE »Sue’s an inspiration

Blackpool Gazette

Blackpool hotelier named Women of the Year By Elizabeth Gomm

A BLACKPOOL hotelier who is selling up to build an orphanage in Africa has been named Lancashire Woman of the Year. Sue Hayward received the honour at a charity lunch.

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Super-doctor set for Sahara challenge By Emma Harris

FROM the freezing temperatures of the Antarctic to the arid heat of the Sahara ... super-doctor Steve Cushing is a runner of extremes and raising money for the Children Of Watamu. Follow to find out more

 

Children Of Watamu - Orange "I am"

Children Of Watamu - Orange "I am"

I am Grandpa Yaa who donated 4 acres of land.?
I am the 3 schools we built in Africa
and the 700 kids who go to them.
I am my dad who showed me what hard work
and determination can achieve.
I am my husband Dave who is always there to pick me up.
I am Silas the headmaster who also believes
in changing lives through education.
I am everyone who has swam, run
or slimmed to raise money.
I am Sue Hayward, founder of the charity
Working for the Children of Watamu.


I am who I am because of everyone.

Sue Hayward

Lancashire Woman of the Year 2008

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