The word Wyche means Salt
In Swahili the word for salt is; chumvi

Salt is both a preservative and flavouring for food but in many cultures is also a sign of friendship.
The phrase - to share the salt - symbolises the hospitality and companionship of sharing a meal together.
Wychumvi represents the two school communities building friendship through the sharing of meals. 
It will also not have escaped the notice of some that the central four letters emphasise this bond by spelling out the word “Chum”


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What is Wychumvi all about?
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Wychumvi - Progress Report 2008-2016
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About the Charity
Wychumvi - A Personal Reflection Letter from the
Esther's Report
July 2011
The Charity's
Trust Deed
Freya and Amy's Birthday Gift Project How to Give
to the Charity
Oliver's Bike Ride across the Malvern Hills The Principle of
Gift Aid
      The following film serves an introduction to the charity providing a brief overview of its inception and the work that has been achieved so far