Sarah's Brecon Trek - 50k in a day

157% Raised
Undertaking a long, tough, walk is my choice - I like a challenge - but for many it is a gruelling escape. I'm supporting a local charity working with refugees and asylum seekers providing them with a range of services - a welcome, support and a safe place in Swindon. Escape is part of my family's recent history too but due to colonial ties to Britain their passports enabled them to flee and start a new life in the UK. I hope these funds allow The Harbour Project to help other families do the same. 
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Paolo Guarino
26 Jun, 2019
go baby go!
Ruth Byrne
24 Jun, 2019
Great cause and good luck Sarah!
Olga Ninkovic
22 Jun, 2019
Good luck Sarah!
Update from Sarah

I've been on a grand total of three training walks - one of which killed a toe nail - and a big one coming up on Saturday. Is it too late to buy and break in new boots?

(Update posted on June 6, 2019 19:42)
Sarah's fundraising page will be accepting donations for another 9 days.
Sarah's fundraising stats
Online donations: £525.00
Match funding: £0.00
Raised offline: £25.00
Gift Aid: £93.75
Total raised: £643.75
Sarah is fundraising for The Harbour Project

We provide a safe, supportive and friendly space for refugees and asylum seekers new to Swindon.
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About Trek Fest The Beacons

The Brecon Beacons National Park is full of stunning scenery, rolling countryside and impressive mountains. This incredible mountain range runs through the centre of South Wales and is a training ground of the SAS – it will test me to my limits with challenging climbs and steep descents. The 50km route ventures to the summit of Pen Y Fan – the highest peak in southern Britain.




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