I'm writing to provide an update to our fundraising journey.
Its been just over 10 months since we started raising money for the AMMF and the UK Sepsis Trust.
In that space of time we have raised a staggering £5650.00 (£6695.00 including gift aid).
Thank you to all that have donated, we really do appreciate, as do the charities!
Please continue to help support us, by donating, or s...
This Saturday our local Rugby club is throwing a festival, they do this every year but last year they could not do it thanks to Covid
One of our oldest friends George plays for the rugby club and he has managed to agree that any money raised from event will result in a contribution to our fundraising!
This means a lot to us all as it is one of the larger events that happens in our town.
The Blencathra Circle – 10-06-21
We had our sights set on Blencathra today, after 2 days resting our legs we got up and dressed, Jaz rustled up a sauce for the Pork Joint that she put in the slow cooker. Checked the weather, according to the forecast it was going to be an overcast day, with a high of around 15 degrees Celsius. When we left the Campsite that looked about right, but as we knew we ...
Alarms were set for 7am..... and we slept through them.. Oops.
We got up, ate breakfast and left the campsite at about 10am. Heading out of Castlerigg Hall and turning right we started a walk we are familiar with, the ascent up Walla Crag.
Walla Crag was the first fell we did together as a team, and as it is the first on the route for today, we found the MICA heart on the silver birch tree, and s...
We are back in the Lake District, after a long trip up yesterday today was our first full day. It's been very emotional coming back up here, we really are missing Mum/Carol. Its hard for us all, but every road we travel and every path we walk on there is a story that Dad/Mike can tell us about their adventures up here in this beautiful part of the country. While there may be tears a...