Three Peaks Challenge Archive


Art Refuge UK 3 Peaks for Pokhara

About the group

The challenge of Art Refuge UK’s Yorkshire 3 Peaks trek on June 8th 2013 pales next to the journey that Tibetan refugees have faced in traversing the Himalayas to seek a better quality of life and cultural freedom. In Nepal, India and
across the world. Sadly, the situation of those who have fled is typically far from satisfactory, not least for those many refugees who remain in Nepal. With our core body of work remaining firmly in the Tibetan Reception Centres we will be reaching into a rural settlement:

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Art Refuge UK

Art Refuge UK is an organisation founded primarily to support the newly arrived refugee children and young people in Nepal and India who have made the arduous journey across the Himalayas from Tibet, in search of an education and a better future. We have a unique role to play in this transition by providing a safe and nurturing space in which children can play and make art, supported by Tibetan facilitators.

It is currently funded entirely by donations.

Homepage of Art Refuge UK.

Challenge registration number: 9531

This challenge took place on Saturday, 8 June, 2013.

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Art Refuge UK 3 Peaks for Pokhara | Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Peaks Challenge involves climbing Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, often within 12 hours.

Participants

  • Frances Fox - Chair
  • Bobby Lloyd - Vice Chair
  • Daniel Levinge - Trustee
  • Sarah Robinson - Project Coordinator
  • Sarah Kier - Volunteer Coordinator
  • Chloe Gayer-Anderson - Volunteer
  • Emily Bradfield - Fundraising & Events Coordinator
  • Jon Saunders (Art Refuge UK Volunteer)
  • Laura Carnicero-Carcedo
  • Roy Bradfield
  • Pandora Levinge
  • Henry Olney
  • Christopher Crabtree
  • Tim Seedhouse
  • Sylwia Klein
  • Eva Almon
  • Martha Jayne Hooper