Great was his achievement the founder of the Paynter Home.
ARNOLD Paynter, the founder of the Nuwara Eliya children's Home is no more. The inspiring story of this courageous man is worth recording. The Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Paynter had four children Ada (Mrs. Martyn Greet), Arnold, David and Eva (Mrs. Eton Darling). The Rev. Paynter died in the mission colony in the Himalayas and Mrs. Paynter passed away in Ceylon at the age of 99.
The Dept., of Probation & Child Care(Central Province) arranged a Dental Camp, sponsored by FRIDSRO Child Development Organization Kandy, on 3rd May at our ‘Melrose’ building. It was for our children, and 5 children from ‘Theresa Home’.
The Golf Club of Nuwara Eliya celebrates 125 years on 15th August 2014 graced by His Excellency The President of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapakse.
our children are invited to sing the ‘National Anthem’ after the National Flag is hoisted by His Excellency t
Dhedunu and Denuwan are siblings. Dhenuwan(girl) is the eldest.
Their mother, also an orphan, born in 30.08.1990 has married at the age of 14 years.Right now, she is a single parent with a daughter Dhenuwan (DOB04.08.2005), andSon Denuwan (DOB 09.08.
THE AWARD CEREMONEY WAS HELD IN KANDY ON 8TH APRIL 2013 CONDUCTED BY THE PROBATION AND CHILDCARE SERVICES OF THE CENTRAL PROVINCE, WHICH COMES UNDDER THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH, INDIGENOUS MEDICINE, SOCIAL WELFARE, PROBATION AND CHILDCARE SERVICE, CENTRAL PR