This years Stick 'n' Step Family Fun Day takes place on Sunday 21st July at the wonderful Cheshire View, Plough Ln, Christleton, Chester CH3 7PT.

You can book your free entry tickets today here

Looking for an unforgettable fundraising challenge this summer? We are looking for volunteers to join a magical trek to the top of Wales’ highest mountain, Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon) on this year’s summer solstice in June. 

Everyone taking part in this nine mile trek will experience sunset and sunrise in one amazing night, enjoying the great outdoors together, while raising funds to help us support children and young people with cerebral palsy. 

The event takes place from 9.00pm on Friday 21 June to the early hours of Saturday 22 June. We have teamed up with experienced guides at RAW Adventures, who will provide support on the expedition to the 1,085 metres high summit. 

To take part in this incredible event and help transform lives, all you need to do is register by 30th May, at a cost of £25 and undertake to raise a minimum amount of £100 in sponsorship. 

  • Location: Llanberis, North Wales
  • Date: Friday 21 June, 9:00 pm (meet at 8.30pm) to Saturday 22 June (approximately 4.30am)

Our Corporate Fundraiser Jo Fowler, says, 

Summer Solstice on Snowdon will be a once-in-a-lifetime occasion to challenge yourself, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of nature. We think this would be the perfect opportunity for any organisations looking for a special way to spend a Volunteer Day. Work colleagues will enjoy pushing their personal limits, boosting their resilience and team building together, while supporting a worthy cause.

What's Included:

Professional and friendly support and advice before your walk

  • Climb Snowdon Event Notes and Kit List
  • 1:10 Ratio with a qualified and experienced Mountain Leader local to the area
  • Group Safety Equipment and First Aid Kit
  • A copy of the photos taken by your Mountain Leader throughout the day
  • Climb Snowdon certificate & medal

Fitness Requirements:

Snowdon is 1,085 meters above sea level and has some steep and rocky sections and paths; it’s an exciting mountainous environment! We ask that you are reasonably fit and have time to plan in some longer walks – with your backpack on – before undertaking this challenge. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at (Participants must be 14yrs or over)

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