Kenyan rangers head to London for charity dinner with Prince William

Kenyan Rangers at Natural History Museum
The Kenyan rangers visit the Natural History Museum. Photo: For Rangers

Over the last week, London has played host to a group of Kenyan rangers from Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Borana Conservancy and Sosian Lodge. The rangers were in the English capital as guests of For Rangers and attended the dinner organised by the conservation supporting charity where they met the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William.

Prince William at For Rangers dinner
The Kenyan rangers meet Prince William at the For Rangers charity dinner. Photo: For Rangers

On arrival last Saturday (9 December), they were whisked straight to Wembley to watch Tottenham Hotspur take on Stoke City.

Kenyan rangers at Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium for Tottenham v Stoke was the first stop for the Kenyan Rangers. Photo: For Rangers

In a match which the Spurs supporting UK High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, would have enjoyed, the London team beat the Potteries outfit 5-1 with two Harry Kane goals, a goal a-piece from Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen and an own goal by Ryan Shawcross who cancelled his mistake out by also scoring at the right end.

Kenyan rangers at Wembley Stadium
The Kenyan rangers watch Spurs demolish Stoke 5-1 at Wembley Stadium. Photo: For Rangers

During their time in London, the rangers have experienced the London Underground, London buses and visited the Natural History Museum and the London Imperial War Museum and saw snow for the first time.

They also checked out the Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, paid visits to London Zoo and the Science Museum as well as climbing on board an open top bus for a tour around London.