Whilst living in Zimbabwe Charlie made a number of friends that were in college over there; they were able to share real insights into what it was like working in the agricultural industries of a developing country.
When talking about the Marshal Papworth Fund, Charlie said: “I have been on the Marshal Papworth Committee since its conception in 2001. It is both humbling and rewarding to hear from the students how they are willing to leave their families to come and study in the UK, all for the benefit of their community’s and country. The Fund is special as they are proactive in seeking out individuals who are able to pass on the knowledge gained from their studies for the benefit of as many people as possible.”
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