Thwarted by bad luck (and weather!) this year we will actually struggle to reach four figures for Cornwall Hospice Care; but we still aim to hand over a substantial amount before the end of Autumn. All said and done there is never any shortage of effort and we keep chugging along with small events and will endeavour to raise a substantial amount for local Cornish Charities in the coming months.
THE KELTEK ALE TRAIL GUIDE
A written hand guide to Keltek Inns by way of a journey along a Cornish Tourist route comprised largely of cycle roads and tramways suited to the slower pace of life. As the author I write it as a pub walk though most of it can be cycled and it is possible to follow the trail by motor ( we have also detailed the most direct way for vehicles in each section). Our launch day will include a ‘Big Charity Bash’ at the Coppice Inn, Lanner, supporting local charities. For those you cannot make the walk or charity event please consider making a donation to Children South West Hospice via my donation page:
KELTEK KIDDIES FUN DAY – Saturday 19th October at The Coppice Inn (organised by Susan Harvey, Megan Hearn and Robin Moore).
FUNDRAISING FOR LOCAL SPECIAL NEEDS DANCE GROUP – ‘The Collective Dance Group’ and CHILDREN SOUTHWEST HOSPICE
Join us at the Coppice Inn for a fundraising day and charity concert in honour of these wonderful local charities who would love to have your support.
A charity walk along The Keltek Ale Trail will commence during the morning and throughout the day there will be activities throughout the day for children/families, live music and at 6pm The Collective Dance group will perform some set pieces; a Harvest/Xmas Auction will then follow at 7pm.
We have some classic bands during the evening and in between performances a raffle with many great prizes. Look out for food and ale deals.
Updates and media coverage about this event will be widely promoted so please turn up for a great day out in honour of these worthy causes!
MOVEMBER IN NEW ZEALAND
Walking the Thermal Region of New Zealand for Cancer Charities.
During November I hope to walk the Thermal Region of New Zealand for Prostate Cancer and Skin Cancer Awareness; I will record the expedition publishing the details on this website along with a justgiving page. I will also be publishing my adventure book detailing my last expedition there when I walked Arthur’s Pass and the Southern Alps completing a round trip of the South Island; the book is also available from the website on the EBOOKS Section:
FUNDRAISING IN THE NENE VALLEY FOR SUE RYDER THORPE HALL.
‘Fighting Cancer On Foot’
We handed over £1000 to local charities in the Nene Valley in June this year. Please help us raise £1000 for The Oundle Pilgrimage Walk supporting local charities and hospice care.
On Saturday 10th August old Oundilian and globetrotting charity walker Robin Moore encountered his latest quest of walking the Oundle Pilgrimage for Sue Ryder Care and other local charities. Accompanied by his niece, Nigel Laxton and other friends they fought off strong winds to complete the 18- mile Sue Ryder Trail in just 5 hours.
With the help of local collectors, Sue Woolfitt and husband we collected nearly £400 during the morning (Sue has just passed the great landmark of (£100,000 collected via tin from the public).
‘We have to count up over 20 jars held at Pilgrim Stops for Sue Ryder, Cancer Research UK and Prostate Cancer to reach our objective and am currently appealing for support at justgiving page’ . See website:
And Robin Moore’s Walking for Charity on Facebook and YouTube
Please help our local charities.
The Great War Trilogy and book of poems is now available at Waterstones Online or at Robin Moore’s Website for a small donation to charity. The Trilogy is based on 2000 miles (3 expeditions around War Torn Europe to commemorate the WW1 Centenary and contribute to charity also.
Check out our latest adventure walks and guides on the EBOOKS section of our website: