St Paul’s School, Darjeeling
St. Paul’s is, essentially, an Indian residential school for boys; that is to say, the staff and the scholars are predominantly Indian, and its educational policy is oriented towards life in India and India’s place in world affairs. But this has not come in the way of one of the school’s most important assets: its international, multiracial and cross-regional cosmopolitan character.
This is an asset of immeasurable educational value. Boys from many different parts of India, of different castes and from different religious communities, are living, working, eating, worshipping and playing together with boys from other nations with different social and religious customs.
Learn more about St Paul’s school at http://www.stpaulsdarjeeling.com
Rani is the longest established Gujarati Restaurant in London. It is run by a Gujarati family, who endeavour to provide home-style Gujarati cooking; a concept which has been followed by Rani since 1984.
Rani catered for us at the Bricks and Mortar Ball in 2013, laying on a delicious variety of curries.
Find Rani online at http://www.rani.uk.com/
We are delighted to work with Tea Fellows, retailers of fine Darjeeling Tea. The company buys its tea directly from local farmers and places a huge importance on transparency and fair prices. For every tea bought, TeaFellows donates a proportion of its profits to Darjeeling Children’s Trust.
Learn more about Tea Fellows at https://teafellows.co.uk
Estate Tea Co
Estate Tea Co is an independent business based in Newcastle and Gateshead specialising in high quality loose leaf teas; their passion is in sourcing only the top grades of small batch tea available.
Learn more about Estate Tea Co at http://estateteaco.co.uk
We work in partnership with Positivitea; an amazing company founded by Ellie Wharton who source some of their seven chakra-inspired teas from Darjeeling.
Learn more about Positivitea at http://www.positivitea.london