BATUK complete fence build project for Samburu Police

BATUK's Major Peter Barton officially opens the new wall for Samburu Police. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

The British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) have built a new fence as part of their ongoing support for the local community.

Major Peter Barton, BATUK’s Head of Community Engagement, marked the official completion of the wall for the Samburu County Police Station in Archer’s Post by cutting a red ribbon across the entry gate.

Other recent examples of BATUK assisting the local community include building a new classroom for a Samburu schoolhelping Habitat for Humanity make sustainable bricks, installing a 10k litre tank for the Simama Project in Nanyuki, worked to clear the Arijiju Dispensary of bats and termites, as well as volunteering at Tanzania’s Neema Village and the Baraka Orphanage.

BATUK Samburu County Police Station wall opening
The sign commemorating the opening of the BATUK built wall for the Samburu County Police station at Archer’s Post. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

BATUK is a permanent training support unit based mainly in Nanyuki, 200 km north of Nairobi, consisting of around 100 permanent staff and reinforcing short tour cohort of another 280 personnel.

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