Category Archives: Winston Churchill Fellowship

Travel to make a difference

Churchill Fellowship Awards Karen’s Churchill Fellowship to Australia was back in 2008 when she researched volunteering and mentoring as a result of her work with The Princes Trust. 100 awards are made annually for overseas travel of between 4-8 weeks.  … Continue reading

Posted in The Princes Trust, Winston Churchill Fellowship

>The Magic of Communication

> A magical day at The River Network trainers’ showcaseWe recently held a highly imaginative, energetic and innovative day with The River Network, a co-operative group of coaches, trainers and management consultants Karen is part of (so named as all … Continue reading

Posted in BBC Radio Berkshire, Karen Kimberley, Training, Winston Churchill Fellowship

>Listen to Karen’s views on the BBC about volunteering in the UK and Australia

>Link via http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0037l6t/Sarah_Walker_03_06_2009/ This link to Sarah Walker’s BBC Berkshire radio show is available for the next 7 days, but you can find more information about: The Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship on www.wcmt.org.uk and www.ozblog2008.blogspot.com Mentoring and getting involved with … Continue reading

Posted in BBC Radio Berkshire, Coaching, Communication, Karen Kimberley, The Princes Trust, Training, Winston Churchill Fellowship

>Karen talks on the BBC Radio about Australia

>I was invited to speak on a ‘desert island discs’ style show on BBC Radio Berkshire about my Winston Churchill Fellowship award and trip to Australia by Sarah Walker on June 3rd 2009 at 3pm. It was great to be … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, BBC, The Princes Trust, Winston Churchill Fellowship