Paul completes his 60 mile sponsored unicycle ride from Burton to Manchester!!!

To view some of the photos click on the link below:

Miles for Smiles Photos

To watch the videos click on the links below:

Miles for Smiles - On The Road

Miles for Smiles - Tissington Trail

Miles for Smiles - Saturday Town Centre and Saturday evening


Restoration of Hope -

It all started when Libby, who is originally from South Derbyshire and now lives in Burundi, was followed home by three street boys looking for food. These boys were soon living with Libby and her husband, Donatien (called Honda by his friends) in their home and were quickly joined by many others who required help. Seven months later the first Hope House was opened which is now home to 13 boys who previously lived on the street. The second Hope House opened in October 2005 and is home to a further 17 boys. Restoration of Hope currently cares for another 21 boys providing food, education and essential medicines in times of need.

Restoration of Hope began as a dream in the heart of Honda. After working for 6 years with a Christian charity as a driver, administrator and house parent to orphan children, in January 2004 he established Restoration of Hope with a vision to help the street boys of Bujumbura - the capital of Burundi.

Honda's vision was to take boys off the street and to completely change their environment - giving them a family, a home, an education and introducing them to a God who has a purpose for their lives - a God who longs to restore their hope.

Restoration of Hope is funded by individual contributions and is supported by friends and family all over the world.

Libby and Honda are resident in Burundi but remain members of the Community Church, Burton on Trent.

To go to the Restoration of Hope website click here :