To whet your appetite we attach a photo of one of the fantastic framed photos we received of George Best, Peter Osgood, Geoff Hurst, Trevor Brooking and Billy Bremner.

We have decided to hold an auction via our web site link which is currently being set up with the help of Switch and Laura Davis.

Hopefully this will be done soon and we will let you know so that you can help us to publicise it to as many people as possible.

We received a contact from the family of Guy, who sadly passed away in March. Guy was a Watford supporter and he also supported our work, which he followed through our links with the club and with Graham. The family asked for kit and financial donations at the funeral and we have agreed to ring fence all of the donations for projects in Lesotho and possibly Malawi. Guy had travelled extensively in Africa and had visited both countries.

We have also recently heard from one of his relations who is arranging a fund raising event where he and some friends will try and visit every Premier League club in 24 hours, finishing at Vicarage Road! We hope to help with some publicity and support for what I am sure will be a memorable 24 hours!

We received a request for information from a girl in Canberra who was interested in setting up a similar project to KitAid. After some discussion amongst the Trustees I emailed back to understand exactly how closely they wanted to mirror our operating model, and we have subsequently shared some emails where I have offered advice and some of the lessons we have learned. We will follow up with a Memorandum of Understanding soon, but they have now taken their first steps as they have set up a Facebook page and designed a logo.

They have used our name, although they have created it as two separate words, and we have accepted this as I feel it does add some credibility to what we have achieved over the last 17 years. I do really hope that they make a success of Kit Aid Australia (KAA) and I look forward to meeting up with them one day at a jointly supported project somewhere in Africa.