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National Trust
We're a charity that looks after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone. We look after coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages, historic houses, gardens, mills and pubs. We restore them, protect them and open them up to everyone. For the Trust, conservation has always gone hand-in-hand with public access.
Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue CIO
Ogwen Valley is the most northerly of the main valleys in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, UK. The mountains that surround the valley are about 1000 metres high and the terrain varies quite considerably. With eleven of the Welsh 3000-feet peaks and cliffs that reach about 300-400 metres in height our area is very popular with both walkers and climbers. The Carneddau mountains to the north of our base at Bryn Poeth (Oggie Base) are high and open, but there is also open moorland with heather, bracken and sheep, as well as areas of dense forest and fast rivers around Capel Curig. This mixture of terrain calls for the team members to be competent in high angle rescue work as well as open terrain search and swift water techniques. As a rescue team we now have over 100 callouts per year. There are approximately 50 people on the team, all volunteers, many of whom are qualified to a high standard of First Aid. We also have a number of Search Managers and Swift Water Rescue technicians. Although we are completely independent of the Police we work at their request; Team Members are then contacted by telephone or SMS. Our usual response time to an incident is typically 20 minutes before deploying someone on to the hill and a full team callout can be effected within 30 minutes.
Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team
LMRT attend incidents that are remote from the road side where the normal emergency services are unable to operate. We provide rescue services in a wide range of scenarios from climbers stuck on the sheer North Face of Ben Nevis to canoeists trapped in steep -sided gorges. LMRT depend on the public's continuing donations and fundraising support. The costs involved in running a mountain rescue team are high. A single-use smoke flare costs around £10, whilst an 800m rope, which might only be safe to use once, costs around £1000. Please donate today and help us saves lives.
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Tina's 3PeAksRun

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Tina Page

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Hi, thanks for visiting my page. Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor me and donations will be quickly processed and passed to charities. Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf where the donor is eligible for this. I really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations.

 Mountains 505 miles 33,500 feet of elevation gain.....on 2 feet!


In August 2017 I will be attempting to complete the National 3Peaks Challenge entirely on foot! This involves climbing the highest mountains in Wales, England and Scotland respectively and running between them on a 505 mile trail run along some of the greatest long distance trails in Britain. It will be a true celebration of the Great British Outdoors and I hope to raise awareness and some much needed cash for charity groups in the 3 Peaks regions...along with encouraging people to #getoutdoors and enjoy the hills safely and responsibly as well as eat a lot of flapjack ! Share the journey or come along and share a couple of miles (or some flapjack) with me on the trail!

3 Peaks Run- The Long Way Up

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The charities I am supporting with the 3PeAksRun

3PeAksRun Charities


The 505 mile route of the 3PeaksRun

3PeAksRun routemap

The beautiful Lakeland Fells and the Great British Outdoors......well worth looking after!

Lakeland Fells

Recent donors

16.08.17 Good Luck.

16.08.17 Good luck Tina! With lots of love from Mike and Jo xx

16.08.17 Wishing you fair weather and strength throughout your challenge!

15.08.17 Hi Tina, What an inspiration you are! I met you on the Iris and I will follow you on your trek as you hope to make the world a better, healthier place. Good luck on your endeavor. All the best, Denise

15.08.17 I think you're mad, but I wish you all success - go for it!

15.08.17 Tina, we wish you everything of the best and in a small way, are that little bit envious of your challenge.

14.08.17 Good luck with this epic challenge Tina - will be supporting you all the way!

14.08.17

13.08.17 Good luck! Hope the wind is behind you.

13.08.17 Keep on going Tina, never give up.

13.08.17 Best of luck. We will be hoping for warm dry weather throughout. And thank you for making our Iris adventure truly wonderful. Jack and Raul

12.08.17 GOOD LUCK. JUDITH AND STEPHEN

12.08.17 From Moira xx

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06.08.17 Good luck!

05.08.17 Good luck and let me know when coming into Scotland and I'll share some miles and help with logistics or errands e.g. more flapjacks

03.08.17 All the best Tina.. hope patch behaves :)

26.07.17 Good luck!

18.07.17 Good luck- can't wait to drink a beer in your honour when you finish the 3Peaks. We will be following you along the way.

09.07.17 Saw information about your run on Lenny's email. Happy to help get you to your goal.

01.07.17 You go girl! I'll be cheering you on from afar. Keep adventuring!

01.07.17

24.06.17 Tina, the trip you described while on-board the Iris was inspiring and fascinating. Good luck on your run-hike, be safe, and enjoy it.

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07.06.17

£1,080.00

Running total

Target:
£3,000.00
Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£1,171.25
Total donors:
30
Last donor:
aLpA
16.08.17  
Offline fundraising:
£150.00
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