If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know I’ve done a few things for charity over the years. As the weather gets warmer, why not do some good and take up a fitness challenge for charity? +
No matter how well established your charity is, organising an event will require some careful planning. Before your start to make your arrangements, read this handy checklist to ensure your function is as successful as possible. +
Have your boots seen better days? Bring them to any Mountain Warehouse store and they’ll recycle them for you! All proceeds go to their chosen charity, the British Exploring Society.
Lee and I had the absolute honour of visiting Tiny Lives a few weeks ago. It was great to see where the money we raised was going and it made us feel even more proud (if that’s possible). +
Preparing, training for and attempting a charity challenge certainly impacts on your family time. That’s why I arranged a special thank-you to one special person in my life. She is the hub, the rock and Amy has supported me in everything I’ve ever done. +
It was suggested to us at Newcastle that we all run the final parkrun at Riverside. I thought this was an excellent idea and it would be great to see everyone again. +
It’s quite ironic that I should be lying in the RVI, the home of Tiny Lives. +
The day after our ‘attempted’ charity challenge I posted this to my personal Facebook wall: +