Travels in Pakistan

Posted on 10. Sep, 2020, in Community, Poverty, SchoolsNo Comments

Retired, widowed and open to new challenges is how Beth Nunan would describe herself.  When her husband was dead two years a friend suggested that she should ‘do something’ – so she did.  She travelled to Pakistan to help with a teaching programme and then she did it again and again. It’s a story of never saying it’s too late to do anything, age is no barrier.  In this piece from 2007, from the archive, we hear her tell her story to Eileen Good.

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