Mark's Very Small Big Walk
About the group
What can an out of shape, diabetic dad to 3 and step-dad to 2 do to help? I thought I'd start low and attempt two challenges in 2020 – the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge being the first.
While COVID-19 has disrupted plans (I'd planned on doing this in May) I'm thrilled to be completing this for such a good cause
Our fundraising page.
Fundraising for S.A.N (Support Additional Needs) Neath and District
S.A.N (Support Additional Needs) Neath and District is a volunteer run support group for parents and carers of children / young people with various additional needs. They provide direct support ranging from coffee mornings, family and well-being events to treatment days, drumming workshops and guest speakers.
The group is run entirely by volunteers and the relies exclusively on donations to keep running - it’s a vital lifeline to many families in South Wales.
This year I have set a target to raise money for this fantastic group to allow them to continue the excellent work that they do. The money will go towards providing a Family Respite swim session with meal for members of the group that spend so much of their own time, effort and money looking after their children, family and others.
Homepage of S.A.N (Support Additional Needs) Neath and District.
Challenge registration number:
This challenge took place on 1st August 2020
Time completed: 18 hours.
Welsh Three Peaks Challenge
The Welsh Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing Snowdon, Cadair Idris and Pen y Fan in the same day, either over 24 or 12 hours.