Bath brothers charity mission to Mexico
Two sets of brothers from Bath are preparing themselves for a life-changing challenge with a Christian charity.
Alex and Joshua Wright, and Jake and Will Little will be joining a house building project in northern Mexico.
The project is organised by the Christian group Urban Saints, which will bring together young people from all over the UK to fundraise for the trip and then travel to Tijuana to build a house in ten days.
Urban Saints will be working with Amor Ministries whose mission is to create housing for the hundreds of thousands of families without a decent roof over their heads.
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The brothers fly out at the end of next month for their ten days, and at the end of it give a family the keys to their first permanent home.
To raise funds so far they have canoed 30 miles down the Kennet and Avon Canal in a sponsored event, and they are busy organising a cheese and wine event, an auction of promises, a chilli night, and an inflatable event to be held at Larkhall in March.
Joshua said: "Two years ago I went to Tijuana and when we gave the mum of the family the keys to their house, she was so overwhelmed. It was a wonderful experience and I can't wait to get started out there again."
The cheese and wine evening takes place on Saturday at St. Saviour's Church, Larkhall at 7.30pm and will include an auction of promises.