About Leaf Fielding

  Leaf Fielding

The early part of Leaf Fielding’s life is summarized on the home page.

On his release from prison, in 1982, Leaf Fielding spent a year in India, roaming from the Himalayas to Cape Comorin. He retrained as an EFL teacher and taught English in Spain, in the province of Barcelona. After a Millennium visit to Malawi brought home to him the plight of AIDS orphans in this beautiful but desperately poor country, he and his travelling companion determined to build a home for street children.

After three years raising funds from family and friends, they opened their hostel for girls in the Samaritan Trust orphanage in Bangwe township outside Blantyre.

Leaf now sells organic produce in the south-west of France where he lives with his partner, Sue. He regrets nothing, because – as he says – if things had happened differently he wouldn’t be where he is today.

Leaf would be delighted to receive your comments about his new book 'To Live Outside the Law' - if you'd like to write a review for possible inclusion on this website, please email Leaf at: leaf@leaffielding.com

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