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The John Muir Trust - www.jmt.org

The John Muir Trust is a leading UK charity dedicated to the protection of wild land for both nature and people. Scottish-born John Muir inspired their name and ethos, as the first person to call for action to be taken to protect wild land, and an instrumental figure in the modern conservation movement.

Sightsavers - www.sightsavers.org.uk

Sightsavers work in the poorest of countries restoring sight and giving hope to many adults and children who are needlessly blind.

Mitchemp Trust - www.mitchemptrust.org.uk

The Mitchemp Trust is a youth development charity that works with vulnerable children from the Wiltshire area. Working with children between the ages of 11 and 14 years, they aim to improve their confidence, self esteem and ability to take responsibility for themselves.

Wateraid - www.wateraid.org.uk

Wateraid is an international NGO dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic water. Sanitation and hygiene education to the worlds poorest people.

VSO - www.vso.org.uk

VSO is the world's leading independent, international development charity that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries.

The Railway Children - www.railwaychildren.org.uk

The Railway Children helps runaway and abandoned children who live in and around the worlds railway stations. Working through partner organisations the charity offers shelter, healthcare, education, training, protection and above all, friends.

Seafarers UK (The King Georges Fund for Sailors) - www.seafarers-uk.org

Seafarers UK is a charity that helps people in the maritime community, by providing vital funding to support seafarers in need and their families. They do this by giving money to organisations and projects that make a real difference to people’s lives across the Merchant Navy, Fishing Fleets, Royal Navy and Royal Marines. The services they fund have a positive impact on all seafarers. Last year they gave grants totalling £2.5 million to over 80 maritime welfare charities. Seafarers UK receives no government funding and is heavily dependent on public donations and legacies to maintain its grant-making programme.

Useful Links

MountainDays.net - www.mountaindays.net

This site is all about rock climbing, mountaineering, hill walking & mountain biking in the UK and beyond. It has a wealth of useful information.

Genesys personal training - www.genesyspt.com

Genesys Personal Training can help anyone who is seeking to improve current levels of fitness, lose weight, increase flexibility, gain strength, improve performance in their chosen sport, or even to make a complete lifestyle change by addressing current health, fitness and nutrition

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