Walk for NepalUncategorized July 11, 2015
Before you get bored of hearing about my challenges and fundraising ventures, rest assured that soon I’ll be taking a well-earned hiatus in the build-up to my Aconcagua expedition later this year to focus on my book. I need to do whatever it takes to make the boat go faster.
But until then…
3 MONTHS ON- NEPAL NEEDS OUR HELP!
On Sunday the 26th July I’m organising a fundraising walk on the stunning Sandstone Trail in Cheshire to support the Nepal earthquake victims. Over 8,000 lives have been taken across a beautiful nation of people, who give so much when they have so little. Houses are ruined and unsafe to live in, schools are crumbled to the ground and hospitals cannot cope with the huge number of severely injured people. Families are torn apart, children orphaned, and living in tents. And if you were wondering, the idea of the Bigmoose project is that of my friend Jeff Smith- it’s all about spreading good and positivity in the world.
Please come along and show your support or spread the word!
WHAT… Leisurely circular walk approx 6 miles on the scenic Sandstone Trail. The guided route will take in beautiful wooded trails and farmland around historic Burwardsley, Bulkeley Hill and Rawhead, with views to Beeston and Peckforton. All ages and dogs welcome. The route is mostly off road with steps- walking boots highly advised
WHEN… Starting approx 10:30am on Sunday 26th July 2015- there is no race!
WHERE… Start & finish the Sandstone Trail/Candle Factory car park, Barracks Ln, Burwardsley, Chester, Cheshire CH3 9PF. Free parking (signposted Cheshire Workshops) plus a cafe and the Pheasant Inn nearby!
HOW… Just turn up! Route maps, refreshments and a great social atmosphere provided- walk leaders will keep the group together at their own pace
We kindly ask for an optional small donation to take part- suggested £10.
100% proceeds to Himalayan Trust UK to help rebuild Nepal
Hope to see you there!