I'm climbing Mount Snowdon for Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team because they brought our best friend home off the mountain
In memory of: Stuart Tyrer
£1,283.30 raised so far
How to make a donation
Donate online at - www.justgiving.com/stuartdtyrer
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On the 10th April 2012 our best friend, Stuart Tyrer, decided to embark on a hike he had been wanting to do for a very long time. Stuart had volunteered to work at a branch of Elis Brigham in the Snowdonia area and had been excited to climb Mount Snowdon on his first available day off.
Stuart left for his solo hike on the morning of Tuesday 10th April 2012 and had reached the summit later that day. He text his parent to say he has reached the summit but unfortunately not too soon after Stuart tragically slipped and fell to his death. The alarm was raise by colleagues at work when he did not arrive home at the time he said he would. Mountain Rescue and C flight 22 Sqn RAF were called and the search began that evening. The Search and rescue teams searched throughout the night and finally discovered Stuart’s body on the morning of the 11th.
On the 10th June 2012 Mike Geldard, Charlie Egan, Richard Wills, Jamie Kenyon and Jake Bryan will climb Mount Snowdon in Stuarts memory and raise as much as possible for Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team and Help the Hero's.
The Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team went out to search for our best friend when he needed them most. If it wasn't for the amazing work this group of volunteers do, more lives would be put at risk. Unfortunately in Stuarts case he was gone long before the alarm was raised let alone before they got to him. But they brought our friend home and for that we are eternally grateful.
Help the Hero's was a charity close to Stuarts heart. Stuart has spent a lot of time and effort raising money for this fantastic cause. Stuart had planned for a career in the Army and was due to take his Officers Board this month. One thing we all remember about Stuart is he ALWAYS had a Help the Heroes wrist band on (no matter how bad it had begun to smell...) This was a cause Stuart believed in, and now so do we!
Any person who wishes may climb Snowdon with us, even if they just want to cheer us on then the Llanberis path follows the route of the train and they can ride the train all the way to the top.
Raising money for
Charity Registration No. 513913
Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team is one of the busiest teams in the UK with between 50 and 80 call-outs per year. The team is not only engaged in rescues but actively promotes mountain safety in order to reduce the number of incidents.
Donation by Helen Shaw on 29/10/13
My daughter knew Stuart from the Midland Officers Training Corps. Is it coincidence that we decided to walk up Snowdon on the very day of Stu's walk?
Donation by Jeanne Walsh on 12/07/12
Donation by Jonny Bolton on 11/07/12
Donation by Paul Reid on 06/07/12
We are very proud of our grandson Jamie and his friends for planning this walk and raising money for very good causes, much love to you all
Donation by Gran and Grandad on 01/07/12
well done to everyone involved in the sponsored walk
Donation by carol Tyrer on 27/06/12
This donation is from Jake's mums friend, Bernadette Davies who says well done lads! x
Donation by Catherine Bryan on 24/06/12
Donation by Christine Soutter on 22/06/12
With best wishes for a successful climb up Mount Snowdon from all at Bramhall and Woodford Rotray club
Donation by Gillian Critchley on 18/06/12
You are a great bunch of Lads! You should be very proud of yourselves! Jamie's Great-gran and Lu & Roy.
Donation by Hilda Taylor on 17/06/12
Jake's mums friends- Susie Meehan, Michelle Bennett, Bev Martin, and Carol Bailey say well done lads! x
Donation by Catherine Bryan on 15/06/12
Donation by Anonymous on 15/06/12
Thanks to everyone involved with Stu's walk
Donation by Paul Tyrer on 15/06/12
You should all be really proud of yourselves. Well done.
Donation by Rona Westwood (Jamie's Mum's friend) on 13/06/12
Well Done - what a tremendous effort by all of you. Lots of love, Aunty Kate, Phil, Josie and Elsa xxx
Donation by Kate Taylor on 12/06/12
Well Done Lads, We're very proud of you, don't stop your fund raising here, keep it going and keep the blog going. xx
Donation by Deb and Paul Kenyon on 12/06/12
Donation by John Collier on 12/06/12
From Chris and Hayley x
Donation by Christopher Fowkes on 10/06/12
Donation by Anonymous on 10/06/12
Donation by Annonymous on 10/06/12
This donation is from Jake's mums friends at work, they all wish the lads Good luck!
Donation by Catherine Bryan on 09/06/12
Our son Jake and his friends have organised this walk in memory of their very dear friend Stuart. Good luck lads, we are all very proud of you! x
Donation by Catherine Bryan on 09/06/12
Donation by Jeanette Ashworth on 08/06/12
My donation is to support my grandson Mike on his walk in memory of his best friend Stu. We are all so proud of you, stay safe x
Donation by JOYCE BELL on 08/06/12
Donation by Adam Puc' on 06/06/12
- * Online donations£1,140.00
- Offline donations£143.30
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£1,283.30
- Gift Aid£263.75
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