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Help for Heroes
Hello and Welcome from Tim Sizer & Tug Wilsons C2C Walk
Thank you for visiting our fundrasing page.
Tim & Tug, have served over 60 years combined service as Clearance Divers in the Royal Navy. Now retired from service, both once qualified as IED Operators and feel very strongly in supporting Help for Heroes, who in turn support our boys & girls injured by these cowardly devices.
Tim & Graham completed to C2C walk arriving at Robin Hoods Bay at 1500 on Friday 28th May 2010, on target and gladly blister free, but badley in need of a few Ciders to refresh very tired legs. We would both like to say a massive thank you to everyone that
has donated so far and for anyone who would still like to donate, it’s not too late, thanks again Tim & Tug.
We are attempting to do our bit by completing the Coast 2 Coast walk, from St Bees Head in the West, to Robin Hoods Bay in the East, a total of 190 miles. The planned walk is scheduled to commence on 16thMay 2010, following the footsteps of A Wainwright who devised the walk in 1972, completing it in 12 days.
Donating through this page is simple, quick and secure. It is the most efficient way to give – so every donation goes further – and if you are a UK taxpayer and give Gift Aid consent the charity will receive an extra 28% at no cost to you.
Thank you for your support.
About Help for Heroes
Help for Heroes offers comprehensive support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses whilst serving our country. This is provided through grants to individuals, other Service charities, capital build projects and our four Recovery Centres across the UK, in Catterick, Colchester, Tidworth and Plymouth. These will offer support for life. The money raised by the hugely generous public has been used to support our wounded, but there is still so much more to do. Soldiers, sailors and airmen who are injured today will still need our support tomorrow and in the days that follow, for the rest of their lives. They are still battling and we won't let them battle alone.
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