Spring has arrived finally in Cernavoda, and beautiful snowdrop snow  decorate the campus gardens, long sunny days seem just around the corner and St Laurence residents feel nature is ready to don on a new bright green coat. Izabela Vlad now gets up every day feeling more energetic and optimistic and she is ready to face … Continued

Whenever visitors cross the threshold at Saint Margaret’s Centre they are immediately impressed by a palpable vibe of positive energy there, smiles, laughter and children, who like to welcome guests and visitors with open hearts and friendly hugs. Around the middle of February, representatives of an orthopaedic shoe company arrived at the Centre to measure … Continued

With culture to the fore this week, Claudia and her class mates, accompanied by their form master, went to Pitesti’s Alexandru Davila Theatre to see Carlo Goldoni’s comedy “I Rusteghi”, (normally translated in English as “the Cantankerous Men” or alternatively “The Boors” as it was billed for this performance). This cultural outing was part of … Continued

The Camino, that historic pilgrimage route, which starting in France wends its way to Santiago de Compostela, has long fascinated John Burns, CID’s newest Trustee and long-term volunteer. Whilst realising that such a pilgrimage might soon be beyond his diminishing physical abilities; as part of his extended 70th birthday celebrations John and  his son Andy  plan  to walk the ultimate part … Continued

Christmas week was packed full of wonderful surprises for the children and staff at St Andrew’s, as the adults were offered the chance to relive happy childhood memories of unwrapping presents around the Christmas tree. Santa as it seems has been extremely busy and some presents having been sent earlier, on behalf of our children’s … Continued