November 20, 2023
I did a reconciliation on monies raised this year for our Reach Out for Nepal fund & am pleased to announce that with your continued support we have raised over £6,500 this year. When added to the more than £3,400 raised by Ian Draisey’s MSS (Moel Siabod Sportif) that brings the total to £9,900 so thank you to all who have contributed again this year. Since Phil & I set out towards Moel Siabod at
October 23, 2023
Just a quick note of thanks to all those who attended the presentation on Saturday, very pleasant surprise to see 70 in the audience with all that is going on & indeed other events the same night & of course Callum Musket just up the road at PyB which was very well attended. On the night we raised £812.00 which means £406.00 will go to ROFN & £406.00 will go directly to the village of
I got three pleasant surprises for Run 3, firstly Paul who’d been with me on Run 2 & despite not doing marathons offered to come out again (this would set him up for nearly 22 miles pretty marathon like in these conditions). Secondly Johnathan Fish who I know quite well but have never run with turned up un-expectedly dressed in running kit & thirdly Lisa, a road runner whom I’d only met on Tuesday (when
The week leading into this year’s charity day saw me finally learning a bit with age, basically I tapered better than normal. There would be only one easy run on the Wednesday (5 miler up to our beloved CyB Waterfalls) & no getting trapped at the Cafe on the pot-washer unlike 2020 where a full stint at the Cafe had me a bit whacked just hours before I tried & failed to do 100 miles
August 14, 2023
This year we are as ever raising money to help Community Action Nepal’s (CAN) excellent work in the remote villages of Nepal & more specifically to help them re-build the Lihi Health Post which was damaged in a landslide last year. CAN have been offered a safer piece of land on which to build on & they will be making a site visit in October to make sure that it is suitable for the project.