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Hiking Kilimanjaro For Guts UK & the Air Ambulance


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Hiking Kilimanjaro for charity September 2022



Update; £445 for Guts UK and £210 for the Air Ambulance.


Please keep those donations coming in. Together we can make a real difference. 



We have recently been stomping round the country training for our Kilimanjaro charity trek. From Ilkley Moor to the Northumberland coastline and hiking the mighty Ben Nevis in Scotland.



We have been challenged walking in all weathers, had injuries along the way but such good practice preparing us for the big event.



In September 2022 Roy and I will be flying to Tanzania to hike Kilimanjaro for two charities. Guts UK and the East Anglian air ambulance.



The East Anglian Air Ambulance receives no regular funding and relies on donations to keep on flying and saving lives. We are self funding the trip so all money donated goes direct to the charities.



The Air Ambulance was called after Roy fell from a tree in the Forest and suffered a brain haemorrhage. You never know when you may need their help.



Guts UK is the only UK charity funding research into the digestive system from top to tail; the gut, liver and pancreas.



GUTS UK IS COMMITTED TO FIGHTING ALL DIGESTIVE DISEASES.

We all have guts. 25ft of them, in fact. Yet our guts have been underfunded, undervalued and understaffed for decades. Guts UK exists to change that.


Digestive diseases are conditions that affect the gut, liver and pancreas.


Collectively they are a factor in 1 in 8 deaths in the UK. Guts UK supports medical research that saves lives.



Bowel disease and bowel cancer have impacted my family. Most of us know someone with a digestive disease or cancer and the impact this can have on our lives. Abigayle



The hike and flights are all self funded. All donations will be going to charity. If a donation is not possible can we kindly ask you share our social media posts.



Roys story:


East Anglian Air Ambulance Charity



Abigayle’s Story:


Guts UK Charity


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